125,000-acre initiative aims to conserve Canadian prairies through collaboration with ranchers
March 25, 2021
Ducks Unlimited Canada, McDonald’s Canada and Cargill support expansion of Canadian grazing land and forages to help combat impacts of climate change and protect wildlife.
Is Seaweed a Viable Solution to Reduce Methane Emission?
December 23, 2020
Seaweed-based feed ingredients have recently been highlighted as a possible solution to reducing enteric methane emissions in cattle and mitigate climate change – but there is still a lot to learn.
BeefUp Sustainability Welcomes Seven Experts as Advisors
October 21, 2020
Bench of diverse external voices will offer guidance on the initiative’s strategy to build a more resilient and sustainable beef supply chain.
World Wildlife Fund Joins the Walmart Foundation, Cargill, McDonald’s to Launch Million-Acre Grazing Initiative to Help Restore Grasslands, Address Climate Change
September 22, 2020
The initiative will scale up sustainable cattle grazing and connect ranchers across Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota to help preserve grasslands, improve soil health, support biodiversity and improve both producer and climate change resilience.
The Nature Conservancy, Cargill, McDonald’s and Target unite to support Nebraska farmers’ regenerative agriculture practices to invest in an even more sustainable beef supply chain
August 27, 2020
The five-year, $8.5 million project will impact 100,000 acres of row crops and feed production in a key beef producing region to build on farmers’ ongoing efforts to mitigate and adapt to impacts of climate change.
Burger King, Cargill and World Wildlife Fund work to mitigate effects of climate change with new grassland restoration project
July 1, 2020
Three-year reseeding project will use cattle grazing to restore ecosystem and protect wildlife.
Cargill aims to BeefUp Sustainability
January 15, 2020
As global demand for protein increases, farmers, ranchers and agribusiness are continuing efforts to feed a growing population, address climate change and protect the planet. To help address this need, Cargill launched BeefUp Sustainability, an initiative committed to achieving a 30% greenhouse gas (GHG) intensity reduction across its North American beef supply chain by 2030.