Western Livestock Journal - News http://www.wlj.net/articles.sec-26-1-news.html <![CDATA[Regulations expanded in CWA proposal]]> <![CDATA[Massive quake rocks northern California]]> <![CDATA[Farmers' Almanac expects cold winter]]> <![CDATA[Mexico could increase oil production by 75 percent]]> <![CDATA[Improved silage management]]> <![CDATA[Beef traceback measures combat foodborne illness]]> <![CDATA[Low-stress weaning options]]> <![CDATA[The drought deepens in the West; LFP eligibility maps updated]]> California and much of the far West is still swathed in red. In the Golden State, reservoirs are showing their beds and bottled water is being distributed to parched suburban residents. Last week the USDA updated its map of Secretarial Drought Designated counties and. ]]> <![CDATA[Watch hay moisture to minimize storage losses]]> <![CDATA[Crop problems caused by railcar shortage]]> <![CDATA[Battle Mountain ranchers hope for BLM reversal]]> <![CDATA[Keystone pipeline a hot topic in debates]]> Despite any signs of a green light from the current administration for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, it continues to make headlines with those opposing it planning benefit concerts and making field art in Nebraska. In addition to the art talents coming out, the project also faces a new hurdle involving South Dakota tribes. ]]> <![CDATA[Hoop systems for beginning ranchers]]> <![CDATA[California kicks off the fall bull market]]> <![CDATA[The farm bill keeps on going]]> <![CDATA[Four men indicted in Rancho beef scandal]]> <![CDATA[Manure management for the small farm]]> <![CDATA[Marbling matters as weaning time approaches]]> <![CDATA[PETA video backfires]]> <![CDATA[PLC annual meeting on grazing]]>