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Friday, September 12,2014

Tour shows options for young producers

by WLJ
“The Iowa Beef Center, via the Beginning and Young Livestock Producer Network, is proud to host the free tour on Thursday, Sept. 25,” said Patrick Wall, the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Beef Program Specialist.

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Friday, September 12,2014

On beef animal welfare views, U.S. public vs. cattle producers

by WLJ
A main goal of research in any area is to address a knowledge or information gap. Although prior research has addressed the issue of animal welfare in certain areas—the swine and egg industries as examples—limited research currently exists comparing...

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Friday, September 12,2014

Beef Checkoff questioned

by DTN
The checkoff is overseen by the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board (CBB), but it is essentially run by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NC- BA). The Beef Board approved a $40.2 million budget for fiscal year 2015 at its summer meeting, down 2.

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Friday, September 12,2014

Body Condition Scores are a great tool for the beef cow herd

by WLJ
For many years, astute cattle producers have been visually apprasing their livestock. Body Condition Score (BCS) needs to be a visual appraisal tool that all beef cow/calf producers know how to use. Most producers do not weigh the cows on a regular basis, so being able to look at them and evaluate them is a must.

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Friday, September 12,2014

Food vs. fuel study takes ethanol opponents to task

by DTN
Livestock, poultry and food companies have called for eliminating the Renewable Fuel Standard for nearly a decade based on the notion that ethanol-induced higher corn prices were the cause of rising food prices.

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Friday, September 12,2014

MT's Cowboy Hall of Fame seeks nominations

by WLJ
“We encourage all to reflect on notable contributions to our western heritage and help us celebrate by nominating those from your community you believe serve as an example for next generation.”.

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Friday, September 12,2014

Record soybeans in China

by DTN
stocks being sent to China, DTN Senior Analyst Darin Newsom said ending stocks shouldn’t be as large as the 140 mb USDA projected in August. That fact is playing out in the futures spreads and U.S. basis market. The national average basis is $1.55 over the November contract, but “U.

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Friday, September 12,2014

Cattle, beef trade reacts to U.S. market situation

by WLJ
International cattle and beef markets are reacting as expected to record U.S. market prices. The latest monthly trade data for July confirms that beef exports are declining; and beef and cattle imports are increasing as markets adjust to shrinking U.S. beef and cattle supplies.

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Friday, September 12,2014

Japanese ag students visit Wyoming ranch

by WLJ
Seventeen-year-old Japanese high school students Takanori Yokoyama and Takuya Shiga of Fukushima Prefecture have discovered they are not that different from the teenage boys they’ve met in Cheyenne, WY.

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Friday, September 12,2014

Breeding soundness exams render better lambing, kidding seasons

by WLJ
“Infertility or inability to breed can happen because of health problems, structural unsoundness, rams too fat or too thin, or it can be impaired semen quality,” Neary said. “Also, rams can become temporarily infertile due to a high body temperature.”.

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