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Friday, May 23,2014

OR's fire protection groups empower landowners

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
Congratulations are due; a new agreement between landowners and a branch of state government was born! And while some alliances between landowners and government are tenuous at best, this agreement and its predecessors are examples of true cooperation for the betterment of the land, landowner and state alike.

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Friday, May 23,2014

21st straight month of on-feed declines

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
The most recent Cattle on Feed report came with only a slight surprise; placements were down more than expected. But they were still down, and no one should be surprised by that. The report has been called bullish for the lower-than-expected placements.

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Monday, May 19,2014

Cash, live futures turn lower on disappointed May demand

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
Cash fed trade was sluggish last week ahead of the release of the most recent Cattle on Feed report, but by Thursday afternoon, almost 24,000 head had been confirmed sold. Live cattle were trading $144- 147 with averages at $146.09 and $232-236 dressed, averaging $234.

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Monday, May 19,2014

Report: beef production to slip in 2015

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
Last week’s release of the most recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report was the first of the year to include predictions of the 2015 production rates. The upcoming year is expected to be one of decreasing beef production, but increased production of pork, chicken, corn and soybeans.

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Friday, May 16,2014

Proposed updating of National Western Stock Show

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
The Mile High City of Denver, CO, is many things to many people, but for the world of western shows, it is the site of the “Super Bowl.” The National Western Stock Show (NWSS) is a tradition stretching back to 1906, but speculation on venue changes is a similarly long-running tradition.

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Friday, May 16,2014

Brucellosis at home on the range

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
included a three-elk lethal control option for landowners via permit between May 1-May 15, a time considered high risk for the spread of brucellosis from elk to cattle. The plan also includes a limited and in some places temporary fencing detail aimed at keeping elk out of private cattle pastures.

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Monday, May 12,2014

Money available to Klamath irrigators

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently announced it will make $4.5 million available this year to assist agricultural producers seeking to make water conservation efforts. This is the first year’s allocation of $11 million, which will be made available for that purpose over the next five years.

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Monday, May 12,2014

Pre-holiday product value push unlikely

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
“The latter situation will lead to a market, which should have short lived rallies as the trend into the summer is down. The most likely timing of a summer low is the late July/early August period. We would expect a minimum type price break of 8-10 percent from.

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Friday, May 9,2014

Walmart sustainability pledges

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
Walmart executives used the event to talk about how to “rewire the system” in ways that would have a significant impact on improving the environment. That entailed touting various collaborative efforts to improve efficiency and reduce waste throughout the supply chain for Walmart stores.

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Monday, May 5,2014

House committee advances on ESA reform

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
All of the bills are tiny by usual governmental standards and overlap in content. Both H.R. 4315 and H.R. 4317 seek to amend the ESA to require the government to disclose information regarding listing decisions. H.R. 4315 would require that all information used in listing decisions be made public on the Internet, while H.

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