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Traci Eatherton, WLJ Correspondent

News
Oct 28, 2013
On Oct. 18, 2013 Canada and the European Union (EU) came to an agreement and signing, at least in principle, on the Canada-EU: Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). While negotiations and drafting of the final text will continue over the coming months, the signing indicates that all major issues between the parties have been settled.
Opinion
Sep 27, 2013
The recent weather roller coaster has me wondering when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is going to step in. With all of the Colorado flooding wreaking havoc on feedlots and oil fields, I’m sure there are countless fines to be handed out and new regulations to be made.
News
Sep 23, 2013
The damage to Colorado’s multibillion dollar agriculture economy from recent flooding is immense, with rows of crops submerged, buildings and fences destroyed, and animals lost. While officials in the state are still trying to wrap their minds around a dollar number to associate with the loss, producers are beginning the recovery process.
News
Sep 20, 2013
Many of the thousands of cattle grazing in the area where the massive fire started on Aug. 17 are still unaccounted for. While the fire threatened thousands of homes, and burned 111 structures and 11 homes, it’s the lost grazing lands that will continue to wreak havoc on producers in the coming years.


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