Daily Archives: January 20, 2011

Study finds traditional methods protect streams from runoff

Study finds traditional methods protect streams from runoff

Rebecca Martinez

Staunton News Leader

In the study, two W&L students are attempting to prove that standard cattle fences built atop stream banks are about as effective at reducing bacterial runoff into streams as the wider buffers required under state and federal cost share programs.

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Marketing your 100% Grass-fed Meats

Marketing your 100% Grass-fed Meats

Randy Kuhn

Beef Today

If you’re going to direct market your 100% Grass-fed BEEF, Pastured Pork or Poultry, it’s important to accurately estimate how many pounds of meat or various retail cuts you’re going to have to sell after slaughtering and processing an animal.

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Temple Grandin explains accountability of livestock handlers through audits

Temple Grandin explains accountability of livestock handlers through audits

Amanda Radke

Tri State Livestock News

Temple Grandin, one of Time Magazine’s 2010 most influential people, was a featured speaker at the 2011 Summit of the Horse held Jan. 3-6 in Las Vegas, NV. Her presentation was titled, “Humane Handling of Horses,” and she discussed efforts currently underway to provide humane and economically viable options in the equine industry.

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