Daily Archives: November 26, 2010

Baxter Black, DVM: POSTCARD TO AN OLD FRIEND

Baxter Black, DVM: POSTCARD TO AN OLD FRIEND

I sent the final postcard to Bob before Christmas.  For the last twenty years I’ve sent a postcard to Bob and Dottie from every place I traveled to.  That would be over a thousand cards.

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Big Future for Small Farms

Big Future for Small Farms

Kindra Gordon

Angus Journal

As the local food trend continues to grow in popularity among consumers, it could bode a bright — and big future — for beef producers with small- and mid-sized operations.

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Humane Society Tells Ag It’s Time to Reform

Humane Society Tells Ag It’s Time to Reform

Chris Clayton

DTN

In a state with three times more cattle than people, Wayne Pacelle, Humane Society of the United States president and CEO, told Nebraskans on Sunday evening that, contrary to popular belief, his organization isn’t "anti-agriculture."

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Montana Attorney General Works to Protect Farmers and Ranchers

Montana Attorney General Works to Protect Farmers and Ranchers

Jason D.B. Kauffman

New West

When Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock looks across his home state’s vast rural landscape, he sees an economy still heavily dependent on farming and ranching jobs.

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Export demand brings seller’s market for beef

Export demand brings seller’s market for beef

Steve Adler

California Farm Bureau

Despite the downturn in the economy across the nation, for California beef producers the grass has been green this year and is likely to remain so for the foreseeable future.

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First person: Rancher continues family legacy

First person: Rancher continues family legacy

cnjonline

Wesley Grau’s reign as New Mexico Cattleman of the Year is close to ending.

The lifelong Grady resident operates the family ranch with his brother Lane. Five generations of the family, starting with Charles Albert in 1906, have lived in New Mexico.

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Beef Exports Up

Beef Exports Up

Sarah Gustin

KXMB

Strong demand for US beef across the world is one reason cattle prices are staying strong.

Robert Fountain with the Beef Checkoff says we are sending many of our beef products into Mexico, Europe and Southeast Asia.

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