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by WLJ
2010 May 7
With a theme of Beginning with the End in Mind, Colorado State Universitys (CSU) Department of Animal Sciences will be offering Beef University, a hands-on workshop on June 3-4 at CSUs Agricultural Research Development and Educational Center, 4482 E.
by DTN
2010 May 7
Japanese and U.S. officials will meet soon, perhaps as early as this month, for the first in a series of planned sessions to discuss improving beef trade between the two countries, U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said last Tuesday..
by WLJ
2010 May 7
Montana Neighbor Award winners are selected each year by a committee comprised of the Montana Alliance of Land Trusts, Montana Trout Unlimited, The Nature Conservancy, Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife Parks, and Artemis Common Ground..
by WLJ
2010 May 7
Colorado State University (CSU) has received a $15 million grant to look at the impact of climate change on livestock around the globe, particularly in developing countries.
by WLJ
2010 May 7
The Sheep Venture Co., the American Sheep Industry Associations wholly owned for-profit company, received approval of its loan application by the National Livestock Producers Associations Sheep Loan Fund Committee to purchase manufacturing equipment for the U.
by WLJ
2010 May 7
Producers who pay close attention to soil fertility fundamentals will help ensure desirable forage production and nutritive value, a management tool that is especially important with introduced forages.
by WLJ
2010 April 30
Cattle on feed numbers were reported at 10.8 million head, down 3.5 percent from the April 1, 2009, figure reported by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS). The number of cattle in feedlots of 1,000 head or more has been lagging year-ago totals, adding a great deal of support to the market since the fourth quarter of last year.
2010 April 30
The latest National Resources Inventory (NRI) report, released April 27 by the Agriculture Departments Natural Resources Conservation Service, puts some substantial meat on the bones of an environmental message farmers and ranchers have long conveyedthat they are careful and caring stewards of our nations natural resources.
2010 April 30
Attorneys arguing before the Supreme Court to overturn a judges injunction banning the planting of Roundup Ready alfalfa told the high court that it will likely be at least a year before USDA completes an environmental impact study that could allow farmers to plant the crop.
by WLJ
2010 April 30
In addition to developing the calculator so that ranchers can calculate what weeds are costing them on any given site, Rinella used the data to estimate what weeds are costing ranchers in a 17-state region.
by WLJ
2010 April 30
Applications for the third annual National Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) Award are now being accepted. The National BQA Award will recognize one outstanding beef and dairy producer who best demonstrate animal care and handling principles as part of the day-to-day activities on their respective operations.
by WLJ
2010 April 30
Colorado Centennial Farms seeks nomination applications from families who have owned and operated their farm or ranch for 100 years or more to be honored at the 24th Annual Centennial Farms celebration held at the summer Colorado State Fair in Pueblo, CO.
by WLJ
2010 April 30
Panorama Meats, Inc., the nations largest producer of USDA Certified Organic and 100 percent grassfed and finished beef, is enlisting new family ranchers for its program. Panorama seeks to increase its supply of organic grass-fed and finished cattle in order to meet increased consumer demand.
by WLJ
2010 April 30
The findings from the 2007 National Resources Inventory (NRI) serve as a stark reminder that our nations agricultural land baseand the benefits it suppliesis threatened by poorly planned development, says Jon Scholl, president of American Farmland Trust (AFT).
by DTN
2010 April 30
Entomologists are concerned about high numbers of pasture-eating grasshoppers this year, though the extent of the infestation wont be known until late May or early June, according to Bob Wright, entomologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincolns (UNL) Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
2010 April 30
In a fascinating new twist in the debate over the environmental impact of livestock production, an international team of scientists has recently published research that suggests grazing under certain conditions can significantly reduce the amount of nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas, released into the atmosphere.


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