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BeefCast 0489 - Why the World's Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty (Part 2)

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BeefCast 0488 - Why the World's Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty (Part 1)

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BeefCast 0487 - Capt. Scott O'Grady shares his story of survival through disastrous times (Part 2)

BeefCast 0487 Show Notes:
  • Captain Scott O'Grady, former US Air Force fighter pilot, shares his story of survival after being shot down by the enemy. Part 2.

BeefCast 0486 - Capt. Scott O'Grady shares his story of survival through disastrous times (Part 1)

BeefCast 0486 Show Notes:
  • Today, Captain Scott O'Grady, former US Air Force fighter pilot, shares his story of survival after being shot down by the enemy. Part 1. 

BeefCast update for May 26, 2010, Putting the brakes on the cattle market slide

How can we put the brakes on the recent cattle markets price slide? Darrell Mark, University of Nebraska Livestock Economist, helps us out.

Also, it may be difficult to tell if the climate change debate is heating up or cooling down. Regardless, the climate change issue is very important to animal agriculture when we consider the potential impact of pending legislation and EPA regulations. So today I want to share with you a three part series focused on this critical issue. We draw upon the decades of experience of climate scientist Jay Lehr of The Heartland Institute.

BeefCast 0482 - Exposing the Hoax of Man-Made Climate Change - Part 3

BeefCast 0482 Show Notes:

  • Jay Lehr, Science Director of The Heartland Institute, breaks down the hoax and myths behind man-made climate change. Part 3.

BeefCast 0481 - Exposing the Hoax of Man-Made Climate Change - Part 2

BeefCast 0481 Show Notes:
  • Jay Lehr, Science Director of The Heartland Institute, breaks down the hoax and myths behind man-made climate change. Part 2.

BeefCast 0480 - Exposing the Hoax of Man-Made Climate Change - Part 1

BeefCast 0480 Show Notes:
  • Jay Lehr, Science Director of The Heartland Institute, breaks down the hoax and myths behind man-made climate change. Part 1.

BeefCast update for April 15, 2010, Is More Brazilian Beef Bound for the US?

BeefCast has recently increased its industry stake with sponsorships of significant meetings through our parent, Truffle Media Networks. The event sponsorships resulted in exclusive BeefCast coverage of the recent National Institute for Animal Agriculture Annual Meeting: “One Health: Implications For Animal Agriculture.”

BeefCast 0472 - Is More Brazilian Beef Bound for the US?

BeefCast 0472 Show Notes:
  • Glynn Tonsor, new livestock economist at Kansas State, share his thoughts on the current cattle market trends as well as some global impacts on our marketplace.
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