New Mexico producers meet in spite of drought

Jul 10, 2006
Over 100 cowboys from across New Mexico converged on Silver City, NM, recently, despite drought and fire, for the New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association (NMCGA) mid-year meeting. Caren Cowen, executive director for NMCGA, was pleased by the conference. “It was a good turn out in light of the drought and fires.” Cowen continued, “Policy issues discussed included a measured approach to death tax reform and capitol gains as well as the ...

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