By combining the strength of Farm Journal’s Trust In Food and Drovers manufacturers with the inventiveness and development of private-sector and non-profit partners, confidence in beef has been working for two years to support beef producers on their conservation journeys.
In order to strengthen the professional know-how offered by the government’s existing partners, including Merck Animal Health, National Cattlemens Beef Association, Enogen/Syngenta, Tyson Foods, and the aforementioned organizations, Ducks Unlimited and ABS Global are happy to meet Trust In Beef.
Roundtable for Sustainable Beef in the U.S.
With its long-standing experience in the fields of genetics and biological control, ABS Global, a pioneer in hereditary innovations, has been guiding beef production toward an even more sustainable future for more than eight decades.
By concentrating on reviving working grasslands, restoring eating areas, and assisting producers in succession planning, Ducks Unlimited builds on its reputation and expertise in putting volunteer conservation practices into practice to improve waterfowl and wildlife habitats.
According to Amy Skoczlas Cole, president of Trust In Food,” Trust In Beef has been working zealously since its inception to meet ranchers on their sustainability journey and provide them with resources and support that can help them promote adoption of climate-savvy practices at a scale that allows them to be profitable.” We can already see how the program will help the industry transition to a more resilient and green beef system through peer-to-peer learning and education outreach. As they drastically increase the tools and resources we can provide to farmers and ranchers, ABS Global and Ducks Unlimited may further solidify our value proposition.
According to Adam Putnam, CEO of Ducks Unlimited, the company has” stewarded vital landscapes since 1937, especially on agricultural and working lands with our farmer and rancher partners.” Working with Trust In Beef enables greater development, conservation, and eventually profitability.” Our conservation efforts rely on cooperation.” We work with landowners to best meet their needs with initiatives intended to support wildlife, improve water quality, and enhance soil health.
According to Matthew Cleveland, senior director of Global Beef Sustainability and Product Development for ABS Global,” Biological development is essential to a more sustainable food supply, and ABS Group is excited to join Trust In BeeF to help power output of climate-savvy meat.” ” ABS has a long history of providing cutting-edge solutions to the beef value chain, and we look forward to working with software partners to take advantage of new technology and guarantee long-term success and sustainability of meat creation.”
Trust In Beef offers specialized resources, insights, data analysis, and help to assist beef producers in understanding, appreciating and putting conservation practices into practice while even educating consumers about the sector’s achievements in climate-smart production. Technical officials to those initiatives are fundamental partners.
Visit Trust InFood.com/Trust- In-Beef/ to find out more about Trust In BeefTM and its colleagues.