Geni Wren

Cattle Welfare Begins With The Calf

Taking my familiar 120-mile drive from Kansas City to Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan. this week I passed though brilliant green (thanks to the spring rains) Flint Hills pastures dotted with healthy, grazing cattle.

Billboards Link Ranching & Environment

Within the month, if you are driving through Butte County, Calif., north of Sacramento, maybe on your way to California State University-Chico, you’re going to see some billboards that tie California’s rich heritage of ranching to cattle producers’ love of the environment.

“Crisis Gardening” Feeds Into Fears

Could you and your family get off the grid and survive in a panic? Do you have enough seeds to plant a survival garden and feed your family? Do you have the right kind of seeds to plant?

PETA & HSUS: The Pickpocket & The Conman

Make no mistake, says David Martosko of the Center for Consumer Freedom and editor of, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) are pretty much one and the same.

Arizona Has Had Enough

The increasing violence on the Arizona/Mexico border made national news when southeastern Arizona rancher Robert Krentz was killed in March, an act that shook the livestock industry to the core.

Are You Ready For An Agriculture Emergency?

The 2007 Ag Census from the USDA indicated that there were 656,475 operations specializing in beef cattle ranching and farming, and 31,065 cattle feedlots, for a total of 687,540 beef operations. In 2007, there also were 57,318 farms in the United States that specialized in dairy cattle and milk production.

And A Child Will Lead Us

“For much of the world, cereal grains supply the main source of dietary protein. The United States consumes about one-fourth of our planet’s beef. By eating so much beef we are using a lot of natural resources: grain, the land the grain grows on and water.

Straight Talk On PAMTA

The Preservation of Antibiotics for Medical Treatment Act (PAMTA) --HR1549 -- would stop veterinarians and producers from preventing disease in livestock, which would ultimately harm animal welfare, animal health, food safety and food security.

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