102-Year-Old WWII Veteran Inducted into Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame

JBS US

On February 4, 2020, the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame honored longtime JBS USA cattle supplier Carl Stevenson for having made a lasting contribution to the cattle feeding industry. Born and raised in California, Carl Glenn Stevenson graduated from UC Davis in 1940 with a degree in animal husbandry. The next year, he was drafted…

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JBS Partners with Japanese Food Company

JBS Canada

JBS Canada and the Kanematsu Corporation have struck a partnership. Existing JBS Canada brands, including Northern Gold, Canadian Diamond Black Angus and the Alberta Beef brand will be promoted as part of the deal. Kelly Smith-Fraser, chair of the Alberta Beef Producers, said that marketing more beef outside of Canada was a positive for the…

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Responsible Marketing Policy

JBS USA and Pilgrim's

Responsible Marketing Policy As consumers increasingly expect transparent and factual information, we are committed to providing our customers and consumers access to the necessary resources to help them make informed purchasing decisions. We proactively engage in continuous dialogue with our customers and consider specific market research so that we can continue to provide relevant, informed…

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Long-Time Cattle Partner Carl Stevenson

JBS USA Beef

On Feb. 4, 2020, the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame honored longtime JBS USA cattle supplier Carl Stevenson for having made a lasting contribution to the cattle feeding industry. Born and raised in California, Carl Glenn Stevenson graduated from UC Davis in 1940 with a degree in animal husbandry. The next year, he was drafted…

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Five Rivers Cattle Feeding

JBS USA Beef

Five Rivers is the world’s largest cattle-feeding company, with 11 feedyards in six U.S. States. Collectively, the feedyards have a one-time feeding capacity of more than 900,000 head of cattle and market more than 1.8 million head of cattle per year. In addition to being JBS USA Beef’s most strategic partner, Five Rivers has partnered…

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Supplier Code of Conduct

JBS USA

JBS is committed to conducting business ethically, with integrity and in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and rules. JBS expects Vendors to demonstrate the same commitment to ethical business conduct and integrity by complying with all applicable laws, regulations and rules.  Additionally, all Vendors must agree to abide by this Vendor Code of Conduct…

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Responsible Soy Sourcing Policy

Pilgrim’s Moy Park

At Moy Park Our vision is to be leader in sustaining air, water and land by minimizing the resources needed to produce quality chicken products and minimizing waste generated. We are continually strengthening our commitment and evolving our approach. This includes efforts to ensure the responsible sourcing of our raw materials. We are dedicated to…

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Northern Great Plains Sustainable Beef Pilot

JBS USA Beef

The Northern Great Plains (NGP) Sustainable Beef Pilot is a collaborative engagement process between all sectors of the beef supply chain to test the U.S. Beef Industry Sustainability Framework and its tools and resources in a way that is viable and practical for cow-calf producers in the NGP. While the pilot will initially involve a…

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Grass Run Farms Producer Sustainability Pilot

JBS USA Beef

JBS USA, through their Grass Run Farms Program, tested the applicability of the USRSB cow-calf and feedyard metrics in a grass-fed system. The pilot project achieved 80 percent completion rate of the metric questions for more than 30,000 head of cattle from three family farm partners, representing 75 percent of Grass Run Farms’ supply.

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JBS USA, Five Rivers and Texas Beef Producers Sustainable Beef Pilot Project

JBS USA Beef

JBS USA, Texas Beef Producers and 79 feedyard partners tested the applicability of the USRSB feedyard metrics at scale. The pilot project achieved 100 percent completion rate of the metric questions for over 2.9 million head of cattle from more than 90 feedyards – representing 56 percent of JBS USA’s fed cattle supply.

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