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by WLJ
2011 December 9
“We’re very excited to be working under Richard’s leadership in the upcoming year,” says Wyatt Prescott, the association’s executive vice president. “He has a very pragmatic mind that will help us to address crit ical industry issues on the local, state and federal level.
by WLJ
2011 December 9
As the season progresses to Christmas, advertisements bombard with suggestions for the perfect gifts; custom-designed fountains, hand-crafted boats, new cars with big bows, or lots of big jewels. The ranch wife, however, is not so easily swayed by other’s take on the perfect gift; they tend toward the more practical.
by DTN
2011 December 9
House Agriculture Committee ranking member Collin Peterson, D-MN, wants Congress to consider adding the farm bill, which was prepared for the failed supercommittee on deficit reduction, to a bill to pay for an extension of payroll tax relief and...
by WLJ
2011 December 9
Charles L. Stoltenow, North Dakota State University Extension veterinarian. Newborns are often hypoglycemic (low energy reserves) and have electrolyte imbalances. Animals with preexisting conditions (pneumonia, old age) have impaired body reserves and may succumb more readily to very cold and windy conditions.
by WLJ
2011 December 9
“The inability to access food during the storms prompted residents to make re-establishing a local grocery store a priority,” said Procter, who reported that residents organized, sold shares to raise capital to reestablish a local grocery, and made a commitment to shop locally.
by WLJ
2011 December 9
Superior Livestock Auction December 2, 2011.
by WLJ
2011 December 9
After reviewing instances of alleged animal abuse during the recently completed Triple B wild horse gather in Nevada, a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) team has found that helicopter contractor Sun J Livestock generally demonstrated appropriate, humane handling of wild horses over the course of the six-week gather that ended Aug.
by DTN
2011 December 9
Agribusiness owners put their present situation at 118.0, or very positive and second only to November 2010’s 122.2 rating. However, looking ahead, agribusinesses managers who do business with farmers are the most negative about the future since the index’s inception, giving a rating of 88.
by WLJ
2011 December 2
According to USDA reports, cattlemen have much to be thankful for this holiday season with all-time record high prices posted during November on most major cattle and beef products, including; Choice carcass cut-out values, 50 percent lean beef...
2011 December 2
Food safety is the beef industry’s second most critical issue after demand. In fact, the two are inter-connected. So no one will quibble with the need to spend whatever it takes to make beef as safe as possible. But an examination of the years after the Jack-in- Box E.
2011 December 2
Cattle reproduction is a very talked-about number. As noted for years, if not decades, success in the cow/ calf business is directly related to a producer’s ability to get the cows pregnant. The standard numbers referred to are relatively easy to calculate.
by WLJ
2011 December 2
make donations to Living Water Hospice, Premier Home Care, PO Box 5007, Buena Vista CO 81211..
by WLJ
2011 December 2
Beef producers can learn ways to improve the quality, consistency and value of their product at the upcoming Idaho Beef Summit sponsored by the Idaho Beef Council.


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