World leading bovine genetics company joins Global Roundtable championing sustainability in the beef industry

  • World leading bovine genetics company, ABS Global, has joined the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef
  • ABS Global becomes the 87th new member to join the Roundtable in the last 12 months, following the likes of animal nutrition leader, Zinpro, agricultural foods processor, ADM, and US financial marketplace, CME Group
  • They join members such as WWF, Zoetis, and Cargill, working with beef producers, processors, retailers, and suppliers on a pathway to climate neutrality in the beef industry

ABS Global, a world leading bovine genetics company, has joined forces with organizations such as WWF, Zoetis, and Cargill as part of a worldwide network of people and organizations powering progress in sustainable beef – the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB).

With over 80 years’ experience in animal genetics, ABS Global partners with progressive and genetic driven producers and supply chain stakeholders to breed better cattle for the efficient production of quality meat and milk. ABS aims to create affordable and sustainable beef and milk supporting the bovine ecosystem.

The Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef brings together all supply chain partners, from farm to plate, to support and invest in the continuous improvement of cattle health and wellbeing.

ABS Global joins a growing number of organizations committed to bettering the global beef supply chain, as part of GRSB. In the last 12 months, 87 new members have joined GRSB, including, Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), a world leading derivatives marketplace operating in agriculture and ESG, and Archers-Daniels-Midland (ADM) who develop natural ingredients to support livestock nutrition.

Ruaraidh Petre, Executive Director of the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef, said: “2020 was a key year for GRSB – not only did we welcome a number of key new members to our organization, but we also launched our global goals outlining our commitment to reduce net global warming impact of beef 30% by 2030.