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Friday, January 22,2010

BEEF talk

by Kris Ringwall, North Dakota State University
The Dickinson Research Extension Center and the North Dakota Beef Cattle Improvement Association (NDBCIA) have rejoined forces to demonstrate and document a heifer development program. The NDBCIA and the center had a similar project in the late 1990s..

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Friday, January 22,2010

OBITUARY

by WLJ
Hod was a 1956 graduate of East High School and a 1960 graduate of Morningside College, Sioux City. He was in the trucking business for many years as the president of Premier Trucking Company and Denver Midwest Truck Line. While in the trucking business, he was on the board of directors for the Nebraska and Colorado Motor Carriers.

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Friday, January 15,2010

LETTERS

by WLJ
Drawing what may have been an unintended comparison of water use priorities, Allen Biaggi, director of Nevadas Department of Natural Resources, whose agency recently authorized the controversial mining and export of up to 60,000 acre feet of water...

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Friday, January 15,2010

BEEF Talk

A New Year’s resolution— Apply what we know

by Kris Ringwall, North Dakota State University
Granted, this is not a question concerning memory recall but an inquiry into how, as beef producers, we seek to obtain the answers we need to stay in business.

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Friday, January 15,2010

COMMENTS

The big picture

by Pete Crow - Publisher
It would appear that the meat industry is in for some substantial growth in the years to come. Last week, the International Livestock Congress took place in Denver, CO, during the National Western Stock Show. Richard Brown, meat market analyst for international consulting firm GIRA, said that worldwide meat

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Friday, January 15,2010

BEEF talk

by Kris Ringwall, North Dakota State University
The center sold 2-year-old replacement bred heifers and 3-year-old bred cows. The bred heifers marketed in late October weighed 982 pounds and averaged $721 per head. The bred heifers marketed in mid-November weighed 1,105 pounds and averaged $925 per head.

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Friday, January 15,2010

No boundaries

by Miranda Reiman, Certified Angus Beef
When cattlemen trudge through four-foot snow drifts in 30-mile-per-hour winds and single-digit temperatures to check on a sick calf, it isnt exactly the same picture of serenity. At that moment, northern producers must think they must live in the toughest place in the world for raising cattle.

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Friday, January 8,2010

COMMENTS

More BSE BS

by Pete Crow - Publisher
The bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) incident of eight years ago was starting to look like just a bad dream, but it seems to keep coming back even though the U.S. has only two domestic cases recorded. It is such a small issue anymore for the U.S., it’s surprising that anyone would want to make an issue over it at all. However, that’s not the case

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Thursday, December 31,2009

COMMENTS

Help from hogs

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Beef markets have been frightfully stagnant this past year and that has weighed heavily on live cattle prices. The last big rally we had in beef sales was about 16 months ago when the export market exploded with the opening of the South Korean market and the Russians were very short on meat. Cutout values ran up to the $1.70 level and cleared

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Thursday, December 31,2009

BEEF talk

by Kris Ringwall, North Dakota State University
As the year comes to a close, many thoughts come to mind. These thoughts are embedded with questions. What makes these thoughts unique for each person is a combination of time and place. Questions for older or younger people are anchored at a different point in time.

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