Western Livestock Journal - Opinion http://www.wlj.net/articles.sec-35-1-opinion.html <![CDATA[Stabilizing the markets]]> <![CDATA[Letters to the editor]]> <![CDATA[Guest Opinion]]> <![CDATA[Letters to the editor]]> <![CDATA[Black Ink]]> <![CDATA[New levels mean new optimism]]> <![CDATA[A Russian reaction]]> <![CDATA[Beef Talk]]> <![CDATA[Did you know?]]> July and August are considered “the dog days of summer,” and for most cattle folks, a very busy time of the year. It’s a time when heat and humidity most affect those in the cattle feeding industry, especially in the Midwest and central regions of the Great Plains. ]]> <![CDATA[Kay's Korner]]> <![CDATA[Vet's Perspective]]> <![CDATA[Celebrating Checkoff accomplishments]]> <![CDATA[Beef Talk]]> <![CDATA[Perfect storm]]> <![CDATA[Beef Talk]]> <![CDATA[Did You Know]]> Holly Neibergs, Washington State University Animal Geneticist, quantified that. The cost per animal treated for bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is $204.10, she said, due to losses in carcass quality, death and treatment costs. She further stated that BRD is estimated to affect 16. ]]> <![CDATA[South Dakota looks great]]> <![CDATA[WLJ's Sizzling Summer Cookout Competition]]> Pierce meat or score lightly with a fork. Combine all ingredients except beef and mix well to create the marinade. Place meat flat in a 9 x 12 glass baking dish then pour marinade over meat and turn once to coat both sides. Cover dish with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 24 hours, turning once after approximately 12 hours. ]]> <![CDATA[A solid market]]> <![CDATA[Black Ink]]>