Category Archives: General Advocacy

Food Maven – A Force for Good, or a Curse?

Hello Tamara,  Contrary to the positive theme of your Colorado Sun article, Food Maven is not a new innovative way to reduce food waste. They have simply diverted the value in excess food into their own bank account, leaving the … Continue reading

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The fools game of livestock production …

Farmers and ranchers invest big, work hard and take risks, while believing a market will take care of them. It hasn’t, and it won’t until the concentrated power is broken up! Continue reading

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Catholic Rancher Mike Callicrate: ‘Eating Truly is a Moral Act’

Blogs |  Oct. 21, 2019 “My stance on agriculture is an expression of my Catholic faith and the values I was raised with.” By Alexandra Greeley Catholic Mike Callicrate is an outspoken champion of independent farmers and ranchers, and who … Continue reading

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“It’s Our Last Chance!” See you in Omaha!

When the Omaha based Federal judge, Lyle E. Strom, reversed the jury’s verdict and the $1.28 billion dollar jury award in the Tyson/IBP case, we lost our last chance to fix what little was left of the cattle market. Like … Continue reading

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How to Fix the Cattle Market?

Captive Supply Reform September 23, 2019 Feeders and ranchers alike have every reason to be upset at the hit cattle prices took following a fire in a Tyson slaughter plant back in August. We can’t call this downturn a collapse … Continue reading

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