Western Livestock Journal - News http://www.wlj.net/articles.sec-26-1-news.html <![CDATA[Fires burn what drought left parched]]> <![CDATA[Ranchers seek due process with USFS]]> <![CDATA[Ag tops list for most fatal injuries on the job]]> <![CDATA[Farming on the Mother Road]]> <![CDATA[USDA focusing on railcar shortages]]> <![CDATA[Farmer corn bins, elevators full]]> <![CDATA[AMI and co-plaintiffs seek rehearing in COOL appeal]]> <![CDATA[Tax Q&A: Cutting health benefits?]]> <![CDATA[California groundwater bills signed by Gov. Brown]]> <![CDATA[Get more out of corn silage]]> <![CDATA[$15.7 Million for conservation, soil health]]> <![CDATA[EPA seeks feedback]]> <![CDATA[Sale barn history: old, new, full of nostalgia]]> Along with the cows coming home, the leaves changing and winter feedings just around the corner, the livestock auctions are gearing up for fall calf sales—the long-standing tradition that dates back to the mid-1800s. ]]> <![CDATA['Shrink' and your bottom dollar]]> In the beef production business, finding something “predictable” is kind of like finding the gold at the end of the rainbow…chances are slim. The weather is unpredictable. The markets are unpredictable. The government is unpredictable. Even the hired help can be unpredictable. ]]> <![CDATA[Water management under limited irrigation]]> <![CDATA[Insure your crop revenue guarantee]]> <![CDATA[CA groundwater bills could harm; not help]]> Three bills sit on California Governor Jerry Brown’s desk. They were passed by the state’s assembly and await the governor’s signature. With three strokes of a pen, Gov. Brown could drastically reshape the water landscape of the parched Golden State, overturning over 100 years of water law tradition. ]]> <![CDATA[House approves bill to stop WOTUS]]> <![CDATA[Ranchers say Keystone route unconstitutional]]> <![CDATA[NCBA internship applications due Oct. 6th]]>