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Andy Rieber, WLJ Correspondent

Livestock Industry Opinions
Mar 1, 2013
It happened to Kodak. It happened to Blockbuster. It happened to Borders, Oldsmobile, Hostess, Circuit City and Pan Am. Written into the history of these once towering companies is a cautionary tale about survival that public lands ranchers would do well to heed: Adapt to change or get dumped in the dustbin of history.
Livestock Industry Opinions
Dec 3, 2010
What do cell phone promotions, credit card solicitations, and the administration’s sales patter about its "new approach" to public lands management all have in common? Each one of them is tricked out with feel-good language to conceal the facts buried in that fine print they’d rather you didn’t read.
Cattle Market & Farm Reports, Editorials
Jul 3, 2008
Split-state status still wrong for Montana cattle industry In light of Montana’s recent loss of brucellosis Class Free status, the Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) would like to reiterate its opposition to split-state status as a means for managing brucellosis in Montana. Members adopted policy opposing regionalization for brucellosis in December 2007 at the MSGA Annual Convention after the first brucellosis case was discovered in a herd near Bridger. Ranchers have worked hard to effectively manage brucellosis. Earlier this year, for the first time ever, the entire U.S. achieved Class Free status. The cattle industry has spent almost 75 years and nearly $2

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