All About Beef

All About Beef

Missouri Beef Industry Council website restructured to boost consumer and producer communications.

Over the last few months, the Missouri Beef Industry Council website, www.mobeef.org, has changed in appearance and structure. The goal for the MBIC homepage is to make it more inviting and user friendly. Icons linking to MBIC social media sites, the Beef Store, and MBIC's "Team Beef" runner information at the bottom of every page makes it easier for users to stay connected and to use as a helpful resource.

Missouri Beef Industry Council's website now includes an updated consumer link featuring recipes, helpful cooking tips, and nutrition information. Photo courtesy of the Beef Checkoff, www.BeefItsWhatsForDinner.com

The social media sites encourage consumers to connect with the Missouri Beef Industry Council on Facebook and Twitter to ask questions, share their favorite beef recipes and grilling tips, or simply to share their love for beef. The consumer link features recipes for summer grilling, helpful cooking tips, and loads of nutrition information.

The "Farmers and Ranchers" tab now houses more news to keep Missouri beef producers up-to-date. The Checkoff Chats audio link, weekly updates and news releases help keep producers informed on how their beef checkoff dollars are being invested and are benefiting the industry. It also shares the latest information on the "Speaking of Beef" program, beef promotion grants, beef safety programs and beef industry statistics.

The MBIC website also features helpful links for educators, health professionals, and retail and food service professionals. By providing resources to these key influencers, MBIC is able to better reach its target audiences to enhance beef demand in Missouri.

The Missouri Beef Industry Council is part of a coordinated state/national effort funded and controlled by beef producers who are assessed $1 per head each time a beef animal is sold. Half of each dollar is forwarded to the Cattlemen's Beef Promotion and Research Board and the other half of the dollar is retained by MBIC to fund state-based programs and research projects, which complement and extend the industry-wide effort.

Source: MBIC

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