Western Livestock Journal - News http://www.wlj.net/articles.sec-26-1-news.html <![CDATA[When is trespassing not trespassing?]]> <![CDATA[Transparency key to ESA's future success]]> <![CDATA[Livestock antibiotic ruling reversed]]> <![CDATA[Rule to enhance ground beef tracing]]> <![CDATA[Economic challenges persist for producers looking to expand herds]]> <![CDATA[USDA implements key farm bill crop insurance provision]]> <![CDATA[Keeping nutrients in the field and out of tile lines]]> <![CDATA[Building beef cow herd requires quality management, genetics]]> <![CDATA[Sheep industry gets grass-fed, grant funds]]> <![CDATA[Montana Stockgrowers elects new leadership]]> <![CDATA[COOL battle far from over; ruling upheld in court]]> <![CDATA[Lawmakers want good ag TPP deal]]> <![CDATA[Producers meet in Denver to establish industry direction]]> <![CDATA[Ag economists: potential counter to low crop prices]]> <![CDATA[Harvested hay projected down in 2014]]> USDA’s June Acreage report doesn’t appear to give much hope for 2014 hay prices to come down much, with producers harvesting less hay compared to previous years. But Washington and Oregon, according to the report, seem to be holding their own, with a banner year expected in hay production. ]]> <![CDATA[Study: beef is the least sustainable protein]]> <![CDATA[CA cattle bills have ranchers cheering]]> <![CDATA[Sheep Experiment Station stays open]]> <![CDATA[Footrot can become more problematic in wet years]]> <![CDATA[Senators meet with McCarthy]]>