Video Podcasts

  • Safe Methods for Defrosting Frozen Meat Products

    Travis O’Quinn, Ph.D.., Assistant Professor and Meat Extension Specialists at Kansas State University discusses safe methods for defrosting frozen meat products.

    Recorded 11/18/2015

  • Grilling techniques

    MaryAnn Matney, Graduate Student in Meat Science at Kansas State University discusses grilling techniques.

    Recorded 11/18/2015

  • Food Safety in the Home

    Lynn Delmore, Ph.D., is a meat scientists who specializes in food safety in this video she discusses food safety in the home.

    Recorded 11/9/2015

  • Carbon Footprint of Livestock Production

    Jude Capper, Ph.D., Independent Sustainability Consultant speakers about Carbon Footprint of Livestock Production.

    Recorded 11/9/2015

  • What Constitutes All Natural

    Deb VanOverbeke, Associate Professor, Department of Animal Science, Oklahoma State University discusses what constitutes “All Natural.”

    Recorded 9/8/2015

  • What Ingredients commonly go into hot dogs and sausages.

    Jeff Sindelar, Associate Professor and Extension Meat Specialists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, discusses what Ingredients commonly go into hot dogs and sausages.

    Recorded 9/8/2015

  • Grass vs. Grain Finished Beef

    Robert Delmore, Professor, Colorado State University discusses the difference between grass and grain finished beef.

    Recorded 6/10/2015

Video Podcasts and Webinars

  • Grass or grain? Is there a definitively sustainable beef production system?


    The webinar examined the science relating to grass-fed and grain-fed beef in terms of sustainable... read more »

  • 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans Update


    Kris Sollid, Registered Dietitian with the International Food Information Council and Sarah Romo... read more »

  • Meat in the Diet


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Social Media

  • We know that food safety is a major concern you face as a consumer. Here are some simple steps that you can follow to ensure that you are feeding your family the safest food possible. When preparing food, just follow the 4 C’s of food safety: Clean, don’t Cross Contaminate, Cook, and Chill.
  • Fun Fact Friday! September is Food Safety Month! So here is a review of all things food safety for meats you need to know!
  • Fun Fact Friday! Many people are afraid to get frozen product because they will have to thaw it. But it's not that bad! Here's everything you need to know about thawing meat products!
  • Did you know pork only has to be cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit? For more safe cooking temperatures check out our newly added article on!
  • Trivia Tuesday! What is the most common cut of meat used for fajitas?