United States Cattleman’s Association

USCA represents the interests of thousands of small producers that will use the products and services delivered to improve soil health, animal performance, reduce greenhouse gasses, and contribute to carbon sequestration.  USCA constituents will play a vital role in production of cattle, production of crops, and management of pastures to produce a new standard of beef, grown through independent feed lots and processed by independent companies, and delivered to consumers at a Climate-Smart premium.


American Association of Meat Processors

AAMP is North America's largest meat trade organization. It is the mission of AAMP to provide quality service, knowledge through education, regulatory representation, and networking opportunities for its 1,600+ members. AAMP is uniquely equipped to align independent and new abattoirs with small and independent producers. (See Letter of Support)

Of AAMP’s 1,700 members, more than 1,100 are small and independent abattoirs and packing plants that look to AAMP for guidance and support. AAMP hosts events throughout the U.S. as it advocates for its industry sector.


Kansas State University

Through sponsorship with BetterFedFoods and its supporting entities, researchers at the KSU Department of Animal Sciences and Industry have conducted extensive laboratory research and related industry trials with cattle producers, feed lots and other industry professionals. This research data validates the high value of balancing Omega 6:3 ratios in ruminant animals to reduce stress, improve performance, and enhance meat composition. Related research will continue to support approximately 10,000 established data points and key aspects in a financially and environmentally sustainable system. See Letter of Support


University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

UMCES and its Institute for Marine and Environmental Technology perform research in collaboration with BetterFedFoods entities to optimize the growth of microalgae used in soil amendments and animal feed. UMCES has participated in a series of grant-funded research to isolate strains, sequence gene structure, and determine commercial applications of selected strains of microalgae. (See Letter of Support)