Each time a cow is sold the seller must pay one dollar into the Beef Checkoff. The seller has no control over where this mandatory fee goes. The largest recipient of the federally mandated Beef Checkoff Program funds the National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA). Recently, the NCBA filed a lawsuit to eliminate or weaken COOL. It is a clear conflict of interest for an organization funded…
In early September, a coalition of groups including the Made in the USA Foundation and R-CALF USA, filed a lawsuit against the WTO in Denver's U.S. District Court hoping to get a court order that WTO does not have authority to overrule U.S. law. In conjunction with that lawsuit, we're circulating this petition to challenge the WTO's right to intimidate the United States into weakening our Country…
It takes guts and money to dig your heels in the ground and fight to protect the sovereignty of the United States of America when our elected and appointed officials are all too eager to give up our rights in order to play their dangerous, "One-World Government" game. A few organizations have proven they have the guts, by filing a lawsuit in the federal district court in Denver, Colorado,…
Help keep ranchers/cattle farmers on the ranch raising cattle.
Sign the petition to stop the WTO from intimidating the United States into weakening our Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) law
Product of the USA!
Support USA FREE and U.S.A. ranchers by participating in Spare Change to Support Change.
Simply commit to donating 5¢ (or any amount you want) for every pound of beef you purchase to USA FREE.
Then, mail your donation to:
PO Box 30715
Billings, MT 59107
All donations are tax-deductible…Read More
Check out this 9 part series published by Food Safety News; Confessions of an E.coli Terrorist, written by John Munsell.
To access Part 1, click on the link below:
To access Part 2, which was released on October 12, click…Read More
It’s Do or Die Time for the GIPSA Rule from Now Until May 31: Let’s Do!
Background: The Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives released their version of the Fiscal Year 2012 Agriculture Appropriations Bill and it includes language to stop the GIPSA rule dead in its tracks. This…Read More