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Monday, November 24,2014

Southwest ranchers receive first Mexican wolf 'Pay for Presence' payments

by Traci Eatherton, WLJ Managing Editor
The Mexican gray wolf was reintroduced into a small area of eastern Arizona and western New Mexico in 1998. While the success of the reintroduction is actually in the midst of a court battle with environmentalists, a volunteer livestock depredation plan successfully completed its first year.

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Monday, November 24,2014

ESA protection sought for unique Yellowstone bison

by Traci Eatherton, WLJ Managing Editor
Two environmental activist organizations petitioned the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to protect Yellowstone bison through the Endangered Species Act (ESA), claiming that the Yellowstone bison are “unique, significant, and genetically and behaviorally distinct.”

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Monday, November 24,2014

Senate shoots down Keystone plans

by Traci Eatherton, WLJ Managing Editor
In a bit of a dramatic showdown last Tuesday, a Senate bill that would have given the green light for the Keystone XL oil pipeline, got the big stop sign—again. After the final vote was read, a man reportedly with the Lakota Tribe of South Dakota began singing, followed by protesters who called out Democrats who voted in support of the pipeline.

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Monday, November 24,2014

Ranchers speak out about Gunnison listing

by Theodora Dowling, WLJ Correspondent
“We worked hand-in-hand with FWS in good faith that our actions were going to prevent a listing,” said Colorado rancher and Public Lands Council (PLC) member, Robbie LeValley. “Producers have made a lot of big sacrifices—some of them permanent. The population is documented to be stable.

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Monday, November 24,2014

High cattle prices 'for some time'

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
One of the presenters, Gary Brester, Professor of Agricultural Economics and Economics at Montana State University, had a “weird story” to tell the audience.

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Monday, November 24,2014

Cutouts gain on reduced production

by Kerry Halladay, Associate Editor
Last week the cattle and beef markets were holding their breaths before the Thanksgiving week. Cash cattle trade didn’t relevantly develop until Friday and futures were sideways. But prices for feeder cattle keep going up and the cutout continues its slow march upwards.

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Friday, November 21,2014

Strange alliance

by Pete Crow - Publisher
Last week we reported that the Organization of Competitive Markets (OCM) filed a lawsuit in the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals and that the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) attorneys prepared and submitted the suit.

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Friday, November 21,2014

What beef demand numbers mean

by WLJ
In 16 of the last 17 quarters, we’ve had year-over-year increases in beef demand, the only exception being the first quarter of 2014. I think a large part of why that’s going on is success in marketing the right products to the right people and, quite frankly, to the segment of the public that continues to purchase beef.

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Friday, November 21,2014

Legally Speaking

The new Senate and tax reform

by John Alan Cohan - Contributing Columnist
Top aides to the president have made the IRS hostile turf to honest taxpayers. The IRS has targeted individuals and organizations. IRS bureaucracy has demanded agents to lead no-change audits, to make greater demands for documents, and to disfavor settlements.

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Friday, November 21,2014

Southwest ranchers receive first Mexican wolf 'Pay for Presence' payments

by Traci Eatherton, WLJ Managing Editor
The Mexican gray wolf was reintroduced into a small area of eastern Arizona and western New Mexico in 1998. While the success of the reintroduction is actually in the midst of a court battle with environmentalists, a volunteer livestock depredation plan successfully completed its first year.

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