The Idaho Beef Council (IBC) proudly promotes the beef industry on behalf of beef and dairy producers who work hard to care for their animals and produce high quality beef. Learn more about the Beef Checkoff and how the IBC is investing your Beef Checkoff dollars in programs and resources for consumers and producers.
The Beef Checkoff Program is a producer-funded marketing and research program designed to increase domestic and/or international demand for beef. This is accomplished through a combination of initiatives, including advertising, promotion, research, education outreach, new product development, and a variety of other marketing tools.
By law, all producers selling cattle or calves, for any reason and regardless of age or sex of the bovine, must pay the checkoff.
BQA is a nationally coordinated, state implemented program that educates and certifies producers and others in the proper management techniques that result in the best quality beef products provided to consumers.
This self-guided online course equips beef producers and industry members with the communication skills and information they need to help others understand how cattle are raised and beef’s role in a healthy, sustainable diet. Learn more.
The Idaho Beef Council is active in Idaho and beyond implementing programs and delivering educational campaigns that benefit the Idaho beef industry. Find out more about how your checkoff dollars are being invested.