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Friday, December 12,2008

Allen and Smith elected to KLA leadership posts

by WLJ
Kansas Livestock Association (KLA) members elected Wichita, KS, cattleman Todd Allen as president during the groups annual business meeting Dec. 5 in Wichita. Serving in a volunteer capacity, Allen will represent KLAs 5,500 members during the coming year.

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Friday, December 12,2008

Winnemucca Cow Dog Trial offers tough competition

by WLJ
This February, canine athletes from across the West are invited to show off their skills in Winnemucca, NV. Feb.

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Friday, December 12,2008

Feeder cattle market follows larger live cattle trends

by WLJ
Markets (from page 1) (LMIC) analysts. However, they noted that despite the increase in production, per capita consumption was flat this year.

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Tuesday, November 11,2008

FED CATTLE

by WLJ
Trading was mostly inactive in all feeding regions. Not enough sales for an adequate market trend. Last week live sales sold from 90.00-94.00 and dressed sales sold from 140.00-147.00 in the Northern Plains and IA/MN. In Kansas dressed sales sold from 148.50-149.00.

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Tuesday, November 11,2008

USDA CHANGES CORN FORECAST

by WLJ
USDA increased its ending stock forecast for corn last week as part of its monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate (WASDE).

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Tuesday, November 11,2008

TYSON FOURTH QTR PROFIT UP 50 PERCENT

by WLJ
Tyson Foods Inc. reported a 50 percent increase in fiscal fourth-quarter net income as strength in the company’s beef and pork segments more than offset losses from the poultry business.

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Tuesday, November 11,2008

JBS REPORTS THIRD QUARTER EARNINGS

by WLJ
JBS S.A. recently reported a giant boost in earnings during the company’s fiscal third quarter, citing the depreciation of the Brazilian real against the dollar and rising exports. For the quarter ended Sept. 30, the Sao Paulo-based beef producer said it netted a profit of $318 million, compared with a loss of $36.9 million in the same period a year earlier. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization rose to $221.9 million, up from $82.5 million a year earlier.

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Tuesday, November 11,2008

KOREA REFUSES TO RENEGOTIATE BEEF TRADE TERMS

by WLJ
Less than a week after the U.S. elections, South Korea is taking preemptive steps to stop any possibility of renegotiating the terms of the free trade agreement, including beef trade between the two countries.

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Tuesday, November 11,2008

FARM BUREAU URGES CHANGE IN TRADE NEGOTIATIONS

by WLJ
The American Farm Bureau Federation today said a new approach is needed in world trade talks, citing the stalled Doha round of negotiations. AFBF President Bob Stallman said his organization will shortly begin discussions with domestic and international business and trade leaders in an effort to find a new way to move forward.

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Thursday, November 6,2008

Animal production practices upheld as humane by state court

by WLJ
The result of the New Jersey ruling could open the door to similar challenges of those regulations elsewhere by livestock interests. In the New Jersey case, the court upheld many of the livestock practices as legal despite the challengesn by animal rights groups.

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