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Friday, July 25,2014

Perfect storm

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Cattle markets took a little breather just after the 4th of July holiday, dropping a few bucks on fed cattle, but came roaring back, appearing ready to break some new records and did, reaching $162-163 live. I know that everyone selling cattle right now is star struck CROW.

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Friday, July 18,2014

South Dakota looks great

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Agriculture in South Dakota has become a very technical business and it was encouraging to see all this new technology in action.

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Friday, July 11,2014

A solid market

by Pete Crow - Publisher
The cattle markets have gone wild; last week cash fed cattle were trading at $158 just before the 4th of July. The major retailers were offering bone-in New York strips for $5.99 over the weekend, which should have stimulated beef sales. However, market analysts were reporting CROW.

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Thursday, July 3,2014

A Remarkable Market

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Last week, Northern Video sold a set of all natural steers from the Greet Ranch in Ten Sleep, WY, for $236 cwt. Those cattle may break even in the $160s when they go to market. It seems like cattle feeders have thrown caution to the wind buying replacement feeder cattle.

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Friday, June 20,2014

ESA and the CBD

by Pete Crow - Publisher
The Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) was back at it last week filing numerous endangered species suits claiming the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has not adequately protected several species. CBD is a radical environmental group that makes their living suing the federal government.

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Friday, June 13,2014

The national fires burn

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Grazing opportunities in the West are constantly going underutilized. Wild fire prevention has become a huge issue and the agencies responsible for fighting wildfires are taking money from Peter to pay Paul. Taking money from rang e improvement and forest management programs has actually CROW.

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Friday, June 6,2014

Feeder cattle move higher

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Feeder cattle markets continue to move higher with a major record high set last week. October feeder cattle futures broke $2 in overnight trade last Wednesday. Good rains have come over the past couple weeks in areas of the Southwest, causing a case of grass fever which has encouraged cattlemen to bid on light calves.

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Friday, June 6,2014

Agency abuse

by Pete Crow - Publisher
The last news we received on the Battle Mountain, NV, story was that the ranchers were able to turn out their cattle for two weeks on their BLM allotment, while the agency determined if they could stay out longer, and the “grass ride” made it to Carson City to deliver a petition to the governor to CROW.

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Friday, June 6,2014

Feeder markets continue red hot

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Widespread rains over the Memorial Day weekend may have curtailed holiday activities but were enthusiastically welcomed by cattle producers in the Southern Plains. Much of the worst drought areas in eastern New Mexico, western Texas and western Oklahoma received rainfall that was very timely for forage production.

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Friday, May 30,2014

Fire

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Good spring rains have fallen in many areas of the West, which is a sigh of relief for most ranchers in the region. Still, in many areas, rain is the exception rather than the rule. Drought in the West persists while grass and fuel loads are high and fire dangers remain high, especially in the far West and West Coast.

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