Beef Quality Assurance

Beef producers have embraced BQA because it is the right thing to do; but they have also gained through increased profitability. BQA programs have evolved to include best practices around good record keeping and protecting herd health. When better quality cattle leave the farm and reach the market place, the farmer, packer, and consumer all benefit. When better quality beef reaches the supermarket, consumers are more confident in the beef they are buying, and this increases beef consumption.

BQA Certification

BQA certification is available in Michigan through an online training program housed at animalcaretraining.org. By clicking the link below, you will open the Beef Quality Assurance section of www.animalcaretraining.org where you can register for and complete the BQA training package of your choice. Please choose the training package that most appropriatly matches your role in the beef supply chain.

Online BQA Certification [Animal Care Training]

Michigan’s Beef Quality Assurance Coordinators:

Daniel D. Buskirk, Ph.D.
Dept. of Animal Science
2265 Anthony Hall
Michigan State University
E. Lansing, MI 48824
517-432-0400 
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Frank Wardynski
MSU Extension
725 Greenland Road
Michigan State University
Ontonagon, MI 49953
906-884-4386
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