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by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Focusing on the organic and natural beef share of the total beef dollar, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Board reported that natural and organic beef had 6.3 percent share for the fourth quarter of 2014 with conventional beef market share at 93.7 percent.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Agriculture is essential to everyday life. America’s farmers and ranchers share a commitment to protecting the land and meeting the demands of a growing population. They are up before the sun, day in and day out, to put food on the table for the nation.


News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
These growth-promoting hormones are generally administered to cattle in the form of small pellets termed ‘implants,’ placed under the skin in the animal’s ear. The boost in growth rate created by hormone implants allows for cattle to be finished earlier, thereby requiring less time on feed and fewer resources per pound of meat.


News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
For more than over 70 years, the event has been the West’s most prestigious western lifestyle event attracting thousands of participants and fans from throughout the West for livestock and horse shows, as well as rodeo action. New for 2015 is the Grand National Ranch Rodeo, which will be held Oct.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
What makes the story more remarkable is the mother is a crossbreed of Jersey and Holstein and the three calves definitely are examples of that. One has the look of a brown Jersey cow, another looks like a Holstein and the third looks like a crossbreed, but all are crossbreeds.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Senior Department of the Interior and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) officials joined Wyoming Governor Matt Mead last week in announcing the launch of the nation’s first conservation bank for greater sage-grouse. The bank will manage a vast expanse of central Wyoming for sage-grouse, mule deer and other wildlife, allowing energy development and other economic activities to proceed on lands elsewhere in the state.


News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Last week, members of Ada County Association of Realtors in Idaho selected John Knipe, President of Knipe Land Company, as 2015 Realtor of the Year. The award is the highest award and honor that a realtor may achieve from a Realtor Association.


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by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Given in honor of renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold, the Leopold Conservation Award recognizes extraordinary achievement in voluntary conservation. It inspires other landowners through these examples and provides a visible forum where farmers, ranchers and other private landowners are recognized.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Isabella Aurora Allen- Millerd, a third generation Montanan and avid lover of the outdoors, recently won the film role of Clara Anderson. She will portray the young daughter of Montana cattle ranchers Margaret and Tom Anderson in the upcoming docu-drama, “Cowboy.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
“Interning with NCBA and PLC has allowed me to become a part of the team that fights for agriculture and the beef industry each and every day. Not many college students are able to say that they lived and worked in the nation’s capital while representing our country’s most vital industry.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Being prepared is one of the best ways to ensure that the season goes smoothly, says Carl Dahlen, North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension Service Beef Cattle Specialist, and Gerald Stokka, NDSU Extension Veterinarian and Livestock Stewardship Specialist.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
ABS Global, the world leader in bovine genetics, reproduction services, and artificial insemination technologies, is saddened to announce the passing of the globally iconic sire, 29HO12209 Picston Shottle. The recently retired bull leaves behind an outstanding legacy producing 1,174,948 units.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Focusing on the organic and natural beef share of the total beef dollar, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Board reported that natural and organic beef had 6.3 percent share for the fourth quarter of 2014 with conventional beef market share at 93.7 percent.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Agriculture is essential to everyday life. America’s farmers and ranchers share a commitment to protecting the land and meeting the demands of a growing population. They are up before the sun, day in and day out, to put food on the table for the nation.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
These growth-promoting hormones are generally administered to cattle in the form of small pellets termed ‘implants,’ placed under the skin in the animal’s ear. The boost in growth rate created by hormone implants allows for cattle to be finished earlier, thereby requiring less time on feed and fewer resources per pound of meat.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
For more than over 70 years, the event has been the West’s most prestigious western lifestyle event attracting thousands of participants and fans from throughout the West for livestock and horse shows, as well as rodeo action. New for 2015 is the Grand National Ranch Rodeo, which will be held Oct.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
What makes the story more remarkable is the mother is a crossbreed of Jersey and Holstein and the three calves definitely are examples of that. One has the look of a brown Jersey cow, another looks like a Holstein and the third looks like a crossbreed, but all are crossbreeds.
News
by WLJ
Mar 20, 2015
Senior Department of the Interior and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) officials joined Wyoming Governor Matt Mead last week in announcing the launch of the nation’s first conservation bank for greater sage-grouse. The bank will manage a vast expanse of central Wyoming for sage-grouse, mule deer and other wildlife, allowing energy development and other economic activities to proceed on lands elsewhere in the state.


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