We know you love beef and supporting the beef farmers and ranchers of Colorado. This page is dedicated to Beef Month and providing you resources to celebrate beef.
Are you looking for some quick information about the beef industry or a video? These popular checkoff-funded infographics help tell beef's story from pasture to plate. They include the nutritional profile of beef, choices at the meat case, the beef lifecycle and many more.
The Colorado Beef Council (CBC) has created an online directory to help connect Colorado farms and ranches that sell beef with consumers who want to buy it. The Colorado Beef Directory will help educate consumers about beef sourcing and allow them to purchase directly from Colorado producers who sell local and freezer beef.
The directory will be online only and be housed under the Cooking section of this website.
The Drive shares Beef Checkoff stories and genuine insights with beef families, farmers and ranchers, industry leaders, and agribusiness. Utilizing two different formats, a quarterly newsletter and The Drive in Five video episodes, these are fantastic to stay up to date about what the Beef Checkoff is up to.
Check out these videos to help better understand how the checkoff works.
Keep up to date on the latest beef research: product quality, beef safety, nutrition, sustainability, and market research.
Sustainability involves more than environmental considerations. A sustainable food supply balances efficient production with environmental, social and economic impacts.
The Beef. It's What's for Dinner. campaign is one of the most recognized in history. Watch the history unfold!
What happens to the beef cuts that don't fit into the typical US consumers taste preferences? How does that increase the value to the US cattle producer?
Earn your MBA! The MBA program is a self-directed online training program designed to equip ranchers and industry allies with the information they need to be everyday advocates for the beef industry.
Keep up to date on all of the beef checkoff activities nationally.
Shirts and sweatshirts to support BEEF! Proceeds will be donated to the Beef Sticks for Backpacks program! This program helps provide food insecure children with a high quality, high protein beef stick via the backpack programs throughout the state of Colorado!
For checkoff compliance and collection information including dairy and feedlot calf permit guidelines please call us at 303-867-2301. For further information regarding the national Checkoff program visit the Cattlemen's Beef Board webpage.
For further information regarding collection, Dairy & Feedlot calf forms and remittance forms, contact the Colorado Beef Council.
Colorado Remittance Address:
PO Box 910127 Denver, CO 80291-0127.