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Kerry Halladay, WLJ Managing Editor

Apr 24, 2015
Two recently-introduced bills that have walked the halls of Congress before and were put down are back. On the afternoon of April 16, the U.S. House of Representatives passed HR 1105, an effort to repeal the commonly called “Death Tax.” The bill now goes onto the Senate where it faces an unlikely future.

Apr 24, 2015
There are fewer cows going to slaughter and more meat in the bank, so to speak. Monthly USDA reports released last week are a glimpse at the changing scenery of the current market; fewer, heavier animals are going to slaughter and increasingly more of them are steers than females, and the strong...

Apr 20, 2015
“What you would do with this is you’d put the crowd gate on the first notch, step through the mangate, and step on that little platform right at the center pivot point and then take a flag and make the cattle come right on around you,” Grandin said, noting that the crowd gate doesn’t need to be pushed tight.

Apr 13, 2015
As has been covered here and in many other publications, the water situation is getting dire in parts of the West following the drought. In California, the record drought conditions have prompted the governor to implement the first-ever water restrictions across the state, and everywhere efforts to reduce and conserve water are being.

Apr 6, 2015
Conversations about demand often devolve into arguments about proverbial apples and oranges. This happens on the topics of beef demand and cattle demand quite frequently. One party is talking about bad (beef) demand while the other party scratches their head, thinking about the record high prices they just got for their calves.

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