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. The directory will be online only.
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Six facts vs myths concerning sustainability of farming and ranching.
Stewarding natural resources, protecting open spaces and reducing food waste are highlighted in this fact sheet.
Series of animated infographics concerning different environmental impacts.
Two-page document showing the beef lifecycle from pasture to plate.
Document that explains the differences between grain-finished, grass-fed, organic and natural.
This two-page executive summary puts into context the science supporting U.S. beef cattle sustainability, including greenhouse gas emissions, upcycling, and the ecosystem services to the country uniquely contributed by U.S. cattle.
From Pasture to Plate, the beef community is committed to raising the beef consumers crave in a safe, human and sustainable way.
Learn the many ways cattle help manage wildfires.
Converting plants to protein, wildlife habitat and carbon in the atmosphere are addressed on this fact sheet.
Water, open space, wildfire prevention, emissions and carbon are highlighted in this fact sheet.
Fun sheet with facts that can be used for trivia, quizzes or just learning.
Colorado Beef Council Hosts Farm Tour • June 8, 2023
CBC Encourages Coloradoans to Celebrate Beef Month • March 9, 2023
'Pasture to Profit' Coming to High Plains Cattle Producers • July 22, 2022
Future Dietitians Learn About the Health Benefits of Beef • March 30, 2022
Statewide Events Kick off 'Colorado BEEF Month' • March 3, 2022
Daytona International Speedway Season Opener Features Beef • February 5, 2021
Michelle Lehmann appointed to Colorado Beef Council Board • October 2, 2020
Stabilizing Steps Secure Beef Supply • April 29, 2020
Amid COVID-19 Outbreak Beef Producers Remain Vigilant • March 17, 2020
Fox TV’s MasterChef to Feature “Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner.” • July 17, 2019
Todd Inglee Named Executive Director of Colorado Beef Council • February 19, 2019