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Friday, May 15,2009

Colorado launches ranching legacy program

by WLJ
For more than 150 years, ranching has been a major contributor to Colorados economy while at the same time keeping millions of acres of Colorados open space intact. However, the number of ranchers and ranches in Colorado is continually declining in the face of many challenges.

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Friday, May 15,2009

Nebraska Cattlemen scholarship winners

by WLJ
The Nebraska Cattlemen Research and Education Foundation (NCREF) is pleased to announce the winners of the foundation scholarships awarded for the 2009-2010 academic year. Winners will be recognized during the Nebraska Cattlemen Midyear Meeting June 18 in West Point, NE, during the NCREF Luncheon.

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Friday, May 15,2009

Texas AM Beef Cattle Short Course Aug. 3-5

by WLJ
The 55th Annual Texas AM Beef Cattle Short Course is scheduled for Aug. 3-5 at Texas AM University in College Station, TX. Planning committee members from around the state have met with us and helped us put together another outstanding program, said Jason Cleere, Texas Agri- Life Extension beef cattle specialist and conference coordinator.

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Friday, May 15,2009

National Wild Horse Adoption Day Sept. 26

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), wild horse groups, and other animal advocates from across the nation are joining forces for a single cause to encourage the American public to consider and act on the adoption of a wild horse or burro. A goal of 1,000 adoptions has been set for the first National Wild Horse Adoption Day to be held Sept.

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Friday, May 8,2009

BEEF bits

by WLJ
Tyson Foods posted a second quarter loss of $104 million or 24 cents per share last week. According to Leland Tollett, interim president and CEO of the company, Our Beef, Pork and Prepared Foods segments generated financial returns at or near normalized ranges in the second quarter, excluding one-time charges in Prepared Foods.

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Friday, May 8,2009

OBITUARIES

by WLJ
J.T. Elings passed away in the arms of his beloved wife, Virginia Lee (Benoist), at Hospice House in Bend, OR, on Dec. 28, 2008. Jim and Ginger shared an extraordinary love and friendship which was obvious to all who knew them. Jim touched the lives of so many people with his great sense of humor, warmth, and honor, and he will be truly missed.

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Friday, May 8,2009

Upper North Platte Valley ranchers win on Pathfinder Reservoir water issue

by WLJ
The Pathfinder Reservoir, with its headwaters in the mountains of northern Colorado, is the oldest reservoir along the North Platte River. And, it has been a hotly debated topic among parties in the three states of Colorado, Nebraska, and Wyoming. Among the two most contentious points in the Nebraska v.

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Friday, May 8,2009

BIF Seedstock Producer of the Year named

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Harrell Hereford Ranch was honored with the 2009 Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) Seedstock Producer of the Year Award during the 2009 BIF Annual Meeting and Research Symposium May 2. Outstanding seedstock operations in the U.S. and Canada have been awarded this honor annually since 1972.

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Friday, May 8,2009

SHEEP notes

by WLJ
The American Lamb Board (ALB) is now soliciting the second round of cooperative funding programs. The Matching Grant Program and The Supplier Cooperative Funding Program were designed to leverage funds to further promote American Lamb. The Industry Matching Grant Program has $20,000 available to fund projects and activities that promote American Lamb.

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Friday, May 8,2009

PRODUCT news

by WLJ
Dealing with cattle just got easier with Powder Rivers new Cattlemans Double Down Tub and Alley. The double alleyway will make the cattle-working experience quicker and easier. They flow from the tub easier than ever with two nice openings to choose from when entering the double alley.

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