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Kerry Halladay, WLJ Managing Editor

Markets
Jul 8, 2016
“We want to encourage the sellers to have skin in the game, so to speak, but we also want to encourage consignment, so there’s a balance there. We’ve got both parties wanting to see this be successful so I think we’ll come to some good conclusions and something equitable for everyone to make the experience good.


News
Jun 24, 2016
If purse strings are the new regulatory reins, the Senate is certainly trying to pull back on several government agencies with reputations for overreach. A Senate committee approved cuts to the budgets of both the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to the tune of many millions of dollars.

News
Jun 20, 2016
The Tureceks have ranched and farmed on the eastern plains of Colorado since 1910. Over the last 36 years, Keven and Sandi Turecek have combined land from both sides of the family to create what is now the Stacked Lazy 3 Ranch, a cow/calf and dryland wheat business comprised of 5,000 acres of farmland and 30,000 acres of pasture.


Markets
Jun 10, 2016
The cash fed cattle market was slow to develop last week as it had been the week before. At the end of last Thursday, barely 3,500 head had been confirmed sold. Though these levels were too low to establish a price trend for the week, prices ranging from $128-132 live and $204-206 dressed were steady to a few dollars above the prior week’s prices.

News
Jun 10, 2016
Only two weeks after the Supreme Court of the U.S. (SCOTUS) ruled that landowners have the right to seek judicial review of a “waters of the U.S.” designation on their land, several small business groups are urging the court to take up a case seeking the same for critical habitat designations under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).


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