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by WLJ
2010 October 15
USDA caused a spike in corn prices last week when they caught the market off-guard with a big drop in the expected 2010 corn harvest. The surprise caused a spike in corn prices last week to levels nearing the $6 per bushel mark, the highest prices seen since
by WLJ
2010 October 15
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced last week that it will allow a 15 percent ethanol blend for vehicles manufactured since 2007. The announcement had been anticipated for weeks, but it came as bad news for corn users who were already coping with
2010 October 8
Tension surrounding the developing wolf situation in northeast Oregon is bound to escalate after the Sept. 30 discovery that a male wolf wearing a radio collar had been shot near the town of Troy, in Wallowa County. Both U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS) and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) declined to comment on the shooting.
by WLJ
2010 October 8
Fed cattle traded Wednesday last week at prices mostly $2-3 lower than the previous weeks action. In Kansas, live trade was in the range of $94-95 while in Nebraska and the Corn Belt, dressed trade was reported at $149-152, with the bulk of the action at $150.
by WLJ
2010 October 8
With USDA set to update corn crop forecasts last Friday as part of its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate (WASDE), many private forecasters were ratcheting down their expectations for this years production. Harvest is well underway in many central and southern tier states and yield reports have been disappointing.
by WLJ
2010 October 8
Eight youth participated in the inauguration of the Junior National Beef Ambassador Program in Rapid City, SD. Funded in part by the beef checkoff, the objective of this new youth program is to promote a stronger interest and clearer understanding of the many aspects of the beef industry, its values and virtues, to youth 12 to 16 years old.
by WLJ
2010 October 8
U.S. beef exports have risen to levels the cattle industry has seen only once since December 2003 when the first case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy was discovered in the country.
2010 October 8
Tom Shaw took his last breath on earth and his first breath in heaven on Oct. 1, 2010, with his family at his side. Born in McCall, ID, on May 26, 1926, he was the fourth and youngest child of Roy and Lora (Sis) Shaw. He graduated from McCall-Donnelly High School in 1944 and joined the U.
by WLJ
2010 October 8
Freddie Davis, a rancher-farmer in Royse City, TX, faced a problem common to many. I wasnt going to have enough hay to make it through the winter. I was going to have to buy about $6,000 worth of hay to make up the shortfall.
by WLJ
2010 October 8
Activity is returning to the ranch and farm real estate market in the Intermountain West region, according to several real estate brokers in the region. For buyers, there is good news in the area; prices have rolled back to more attainable levels than those seen just a few years ago and inventory is beginning to increase in some parts of the region.
by WLJ
2010 October 8
Effective Oct. 1, 2010, the majority of Minnesota has been upgraded to bovine Tuberculosis (TB) Accredited-Free, and a small area in northwest Minnesota changed to Modified Accredited Advanced (MAA).
2010 October 8
Autumn, with its cooler temperatures and shorter days, is a busy season for ranch horses. Fall works are underway and horses are a vital part of ranching operations. Autumn is also a busy time for rattlesnakes, too.
by WLJ
2010 October 1
The Environmental Protection Agencys (EPA) plan to regulate dust produced by agricultural operations was front-and-center again last week. The agency is looking to mitigate dust emissions from common agricultural practices such as field tilling, and even driving on gravel roads, by cutting allowable levels in half from current standards.


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