Close
Home  News
 
 
Friday, September 4,2009

NALF calls attention to teat, udder scoring

by WLJ
As fall calving begins, the North American Limousin Foundation (NALF) encourages its members to score their cows teat sizes and udder suspensions so the data can help guide future selection decisions. The Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) has standardized guidelines for teat and udder scoring.

Read more Read it in print
Friday, September 4,2009

First-ever Pan-American Hereford evaluation released

by WLJ
The first Hereford genetic evaluation that includes cattle from more than one continent has been released.

Read more Read it in print
Friday, September 4,2009

Seven Colorado horses infected with West Nile Virus

by WLJ
Seven equine cases of West Nile Virus (WNV) have been diagnosed in Colorado as of Aug. 28, 2009. The cases that have been recently diagnosed represent the first reported cases of WNV this year. The WNV positive tests were submitted from horses examined in the north central, northeast, and southeast regions of the state.

Read more Read it in print
Friday, September 4,2009

JBS looks to move into poultry

by WLJ
JBS SA, the Brazilian firm which made a big move into the U.S. beef industry with its purchase of Greeley, CO-based Swift, along with the assets of Smithfield Beef and Five Rivers Cattle Feeding two years ago, has announced its intention to get into the U.

Read more Read it in print
Friday, September 4,2009

Montana regains brucellosis-free status

by WLJ
Montanas governor, Brian Schweitzer, was presented Montanas Brucellosis Class Free Certificate from Dr. Brian McCluskey, western regional director of the USDA-Animal Plant Health Inspection Services (APHIS) Veterinary Services, last week. USDA-APHIS reinstated the states brucellosis-free status on July 9.

Read more Read it in print
Monday, August 31,2009

Oregon officials collar another wolf

by Mark Mendiola - WLJ Correspondent
Eastern Oregon ranchers are feeling uneasy now that a second female with pups has been collared in the area. In late July, a female wolf, with two or three young pups, was collared by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) officers in the remote Salt Creek region near the Imnaha River in the Eagle Cap Wilderness area.

Read more Read it in print
Monday, August 31,2009

American Red Angus magazine goes global

by WLJ
This interactive format allows viewers to read the entire magazine online with page-flip technology. Unlike the printed version, however, new features will greatly increase communication.

Read more Read it in print
Friday, August 28,2009

Idaho senator prepares two animal welfare bills

by Jason Campbell - WLJ Correspondent
Two pieces of legislation currently being developed by Republican state senator Tim Corder are aimed at addressing animal cruelty laws in Idaho.

Read more Read it in print
Friday, August 28,2009

Wolf hunters line up for Idaho tags

by Mark Mendiola - WLJ Correspondent
Jeff Siddoway has a personal stake in hoping Idaho hunters will be able to kill 220 gray wolves when the states hunting season for the marauding carnivores tentatively begins on Tuesday, Sept. 1. For the St.

Read more Read it in print
Friday, August 28,2009

BEEF bits

by WLJ
Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. has agreed to pay a $2,026,500 civil penalty to resolve wastewater issues that occurred years ago at its Dakota City, NE, beef plant, the Justice Department and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced.

Read more Read it in print
 
 
User Box (click to open)
 
SEARCH IN WLJ
Sign up for our newsletter!
   
 
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7* 8* 9 10* 11*
12* 13* 14* 15 16* 17* 18*
19* 20* 21* 22 23 24 25*
26 27* 28 29* 30 31*
 
 

© Crow Publications - Any reprint of WLJ stories, except for personal use, without permission, written consent and appropriate attribution is prohibited. 2008 Crow Publications. All rights reserved.