As a state with more cattle than people, the Oklahoma Beef Council is proud to promote the beef industry on behalf of beef and dairy producers who work hard every day to provide care to their animals and produce high quality beef. Learn more about the Beef Checkoff and beef producer dollars are invested in beef demand building programs.
Learn about all the great things happening with your Beef Checkoff Dollars.
Learn how your Beef Checkoff dollars are collected and who decides how they are used.
Many of your questions about the Beef Checkoff are answered in this video.
All who pay into the Beef Checkoff, including beef cattleman from Oklahoma, have a voice in how Checkoff dollars are used. Learn all about that decision process.
Learn about how the Beef Checkoff supports all those in the beef community.
The Beef Checkoﬀ increases proﬁt opportunities for producers by keeping beef top of mind with consumers, restaurants, butchers and other food retailers. It also reaches out to educators, dietitians and medical personnel and inﬂuencers. This handy brochure answers your questions.
Every dollar you put into the Beef Checkoff creates a new opportunity to drive demand for beef – through consumer promotions and educational efforts, to sharing the latest research with physicians, dietitians and the nutritional community
Do you know when that dollar is due or how to pay it? The process is simple. It's a dollar or a document.
The Cattlemen's Beef Promotion And Research Board, usually referred to as the Cattlemen's Beef Board or CBB, consists of 100 members, including domestic beef, dairy and veal producers, as well as importers of beef and beef products.
The checkoff-funded MBA program is a self-directed online training program designed to equip beef producers and industry allies with the information they need to be everyday advocates for the beef industry.
Beef Quality Assurance is a nationally coordinated, state implemented program that provides systematic information to U.S. beef producers and beef consumers of how common sense husbandry techniques can be coupled with accepted scientific knowledge to raise cattle under optimum management and environmental conditions.