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Friday, September 11,2009

Federal officials remove problem wolves in Oregon

by Jason Campbell - WLJ Correspondent
Two juvenile wolves that have been killing livestock in Oregons Baker County have finally been removed, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW). According to officials, the two problem wolves were shot and killed from a helicopter by representatives of the USDAs Wildlife Services division on the morning of Sept.

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Friday, September 11,2009

COMMENTS

There ought to be a law

by Pete Crow - Publisher
I’m sure at some point in time you’ve said the phrase “there ought to be a law.” Could be about anything, but sometimes you get so angry with something that you just blurt it out. I’m sure that after TIME published their diatribe against agriculture a few weeks ago, many in agriculture thought there ought to be a law about disguising opinions or fiction as news

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Friday, September 11,2009

Give calves a clue

by Miranda Reiman, Certified Angus Beef
Imagine youre suddenly snatched up from your daily routine and dropped off on a New York City (NYC) street. Youre alone, with no cell phone, no wallet, and no map.

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Friday, September 11,2009

BEEF talk

by Kris Ringwall, North Dakota State University
We expect our perception of the world to follow us, so that becomes the heart of our current dilemma. Recent news articles have been very pointed at a food industry that has tried and continues to try to meet the demands of a mobile, demanding client..

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Friday, September 11,2009

LETTERS

by WLJ
Several years ago, maybe 10, we were at Iowa State where they were showcasing irradiation and it looked like a slamdunk for food safety. May be you could have Steve address that issue..

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Friday, September 11,2009

BEEF bits

by WLJ
Smithfield Foods Inc. posted a wider-than-expected quarterly loss last Tuesday, hurt by low hog prices and a drop in pork sales due in part to consumer nervousness over the H1N1 flu.

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Friday, September 11,2009

Washington adds to areas with West Nile Virus-infected horses

by WLJ
West Nile virus (WNV) has been confirmed in seven more horses, including one in Franklin County, the first confirmed equine case in the county for 2009, the Washington State Department of Agriculture announced last week. Two of the horses have been put down; the other five are recovering.

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Friday, September 11,2009

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame seeks nominations

by WLJ
The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame Western Heritage Center (MCHF WHC) is seeking nominations for the 2010 Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame induction round. This year, MCHFWHC will honor those historical figures who have had an impact on Montanas western heritage in the years 1860 to 1940.

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Friday, September 11,2009

Beginning producer advisory committee seeks nominees

by WLJ
USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Jonathan Coppess announced last week that nominations for individuals to serve on the Advisory Committee for Beginning Farmers and Ranchers are being accepted through Oct. 5, 2009.

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Friday, September 11,2009

Idaho congressman welcomes wolf decision

by Mark Mendiola - WLJ Correspondent
U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson, R-ID, discussed wolf management with new U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (US- FWS) Director Sam D.

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