More than 60 conservation groups are calling for the Biden administration to relist the gray wolf. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is currently conducting a formal status review of gray wolf populations in the western U.S.
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Under many field conditions, pressurized irrigation systems use water more efficiently than gravity systems, as less water is lost to evaporation, deep percolation and field runoff.
It is increasingly common for commercial cow-calf producers to purchase their replacement heifers, or sometimes cows, instead of developing replacements themselves. There are a number of sound economic and management reasons that this is becoming the preferred route for many producers.
The U.S. is in its second year of market-affecting drought, particularly for the Western U.S. and the Northern Plains. The situation is severe enough that early weaning and liquidation decisions will actively be made for the cow herd this summer and fall.
In early June, members of the Congressional Western Caucus, California congressional representatives and staff members met in Santa Barbara, CA, hearing from community leaders on issues from drought and wildfire prevention to agriculture and energy independence.
Kansas farms appear to be moving out of the shadow of the global pandemic.