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Friday, January 23,2015

Lawsuits against USWFS not included in report

by WLJ
The recently-released Governmental Accountability Office (GAO) report came to the conclusion that environmental litigation has had “limited” effect on the actions of federal agencies. A couple environmental litigation groups, particularly the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD), hailed this as vindication against “right-wing fearmongering.

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Friday, January 23,2015

Experts predict growing water supply uncertainty

by WLJ
A combination of population growth, increasing environmental demands and climate change poses longterm questions for water availability, particularly in the western U.S.

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Friday, January 23,2015

What is BQA and why should I consider certification?

by WLJ
ers. Quality means producing and providing a beef product that is wholesome and safe, but it also means providing a product that is going to deliver a desirable eating experience.

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Friday, January 23,2015

FAO food price index drops in December

by WLJ
This year-on-year drop came despite FAO’s subindex for meat rising to an all-time high annual average of 199 points, up 8.1 percent from 2013. Cereals, by contrast, dropped 12.5 percent from the previous year, buoyed by forecasts of record production and ample inventories.

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Friday, January 23,2015

Camp Brisket draws all walks of life to learn Texas' most popular BBQ cut

by WLJ
The camp is a partnership between Foodways Texas and the meat science section in the Department of Animal Science. Event registration sold out in less than five minutes, according to organizers, and various national and state media reported from the event.

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Friday, January 23,2015

Advanced technology needed for the future

by WLJ
Texas A&M University and Texas A&M AgriLife Research crop scientists will make a strong push in the coming years to increase food and feed production using marker-assisted breeding programs, according to Dr. David Baltensperger, head of the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences in College Station.

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Friday, January 23,2015

College of Ag to cohost grazing conference

by WLJ
California State University, Chico, College of Agriculture will cohost the Western Regional Grazing Conference, titled Grazing for Change, with the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management Feb. 27–28, 2015, at the University Farm Pavilion.

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Friday, January 23,2015

Genetically engineered animals could help ease world hunger

by WLJ
Genetically engineered food animals could provide a sustainable means to feed a fast-growing world population, yet regulatory hurdles keep such animals off the market, according to an award-winning scientist who recently spoke at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln (UNL).

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Friday, January 16,2015

Managing taxes, estates through the downturn

by WLJ
Kevin Bearley, Principal of Kennedy and Coe LLC, offered guidance to farmers and ranchers looking to retain their legacy at a workshop at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 96th Annual Convention and IDEAg Trade Show. With 70 percent of U.S.

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Friday, January 16,2015

Beef specialist: Producers must address cold stress in the herd

by WLJ
Ron Lemenager said cattle can maintain an optimal body condition score of 5 to 5.5—an industry rating of body weight—that would allow the animal to more readily adapt to low winter temperatures as long as they have a dry winter hair coat and access to a windbreak.

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