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Dave DeLaney, Texas cattleman, discusses the issues producers along the southern border are facing with the fever tick.
J.J. Goicoechea, Nevada rancher and State Veterinarian, discusses animal welfare concerns raised by the BLM’s implication of the Wild and free Roaming Horse and Burro Act.
Brenda Richards, Public Lands Council President, discusses the role of grazing in sage grouse habitat conservation.
Colin Woodall, NCBA Vice President of Government Affairs, talks about the NCBA’s efforts to ensure American servicemen and women continue to have access to high quality beef.
Ethan Lane, Executive Director of the Public Lands Council and NCBA Federal Lands, talks about the recent report released by the Western Governor’s Association’s Species Conservation and Endangered Species Act Initiative.
Scott Yager, NCBA Environmental Counsel, talks about the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure rule and the impact it would have on on-farm fuel and feed ingredient storage.
Ed Greiman, chairman of NCBA's Cattle Marketing and International Trade Committee, talks about the first online fed cattle auction held by Superior Livestock Auction.
NCBA President Tracy Brunner testified before the House Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock talking about regulatory issues that threaten the economy of the cattle industry.
Scott Yager, NCBA Environmental Counsel, discusses the formal investigation resulting from the EPA’s funding of billboard and bus placards in Washington State illegally soliciting public comment.
Scott Yager, NCBA Environmental Counsel, discusses legislative and litigation efforts against the EPA’s WOTUS rule.