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Cash trade had picked up by the middle of the week and live steers sold from $106-110—mostly at $110. Dressed steer purchases were too light for a market trend for most of the week, but were selling between $169-173 Thursday.

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Although hay stocks nationally were only down about half a percent in USDA’s latest hay report, some major hay-producing states’ stocks were down significantly due to drought. Stocks are likely going to remain very tight until this year’s first cutting.

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The Bipartisan Wildfire Caucus will advocate for wildfire-related programs, including funding for disaster relief, prevention, and mitigation; and highlight balanced and bipartisan science-based wildfire management and mitigation proposals.

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Bill Gates, the fourth richest person in the world and co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, has been quietly purchasing 242,000 acres of farmland, making him the largest farmland owner in the country.

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The National Western Stock Show is proud to announce Ron Williams as the 2022 Citizen of the West. This prestigious annual award recognizes those who embody Western pioneers’ spirit and determination and perpetuate their agricultural heritage and ideals. 

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Take a look at the week's most recent drought conditions nationwide including the West, High Plains, South and 8-14 day outlook.

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The Mountain States Legal Foundation (MSLF) is celebrating a pair of victories after environmental groups filed lawsuits seeking to protect grizzly bears in existing and past habitats.