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Advocates argue BLM's wild horse policies favor ranchers

Wild horse advocates assembled outside Central Wyoming College’s student center building to protest the Bureau of Land Management’s treatment of and plans for wild horses across the West. FULL STORY »

Nevada ranchers fight for grazing rights

The Bureau of Land Management announced it had come to year-long deal with ranchers on the Argenta allotment on Mount Lewis in the Battle Mountain District of Nevada to allow grazing back in May. But the bureau changed its mind. FULL STORY »

Monday Market Sentiment: 5-area cash trade slips

After taking a $5.00 hit in the previous week to $154.77, the 5-area cash trade has slipped further down to $153.14 last week. Our panel of cattle industry experts predicted the price to increase to $155.03. This week they predict the 5-area cash trade to settle at $153.36. FULL STORY »

Dr. Lonnie King to keynote NIAA Antibiotic Symposium

“Stewardship is an opportunity to change the conversation about antibiotics and forge new relationships between animal and human health,” Dr. Lonnie King, dean, College of Veterinarian Medicine at The Ohio State University (OSU), says. FULL STORY »

Guilty plea entered by co-owner in Rancho Feeding cancer case

The co-owner of a Northern California slaughterhouse who was accused of processing cow with cancer when U.S. livestock inspectors took lunch breaks has pleaded guilty to a federal charge. FULL STORY »

Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle Conference Oct 8-9

Oklahoma State University, in collaboration with the Beef Reproduction Task Force, will be hosting the 2014 Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle Conference. FULL STORY »

U.S. sees best corn crop since 1994

Seventy-three percent of the country’s corn crop is rated in good or excellent condition this week, the best conditions reported in 20 years. FULL STORY »

New Mexico city hopes to pay farmers to use less water

With drought issue on the rise, a New Mexico city is considering a plan that would pay farmers with federal grant money to stop watering their crops. FULL STORY »

Amtrack train hits cattle feed truck

SALEM, Ore. - A Marion County sheriff's officer says a 64-year-old truck driver escaped unhurt when the cattle feed truck he was driving was hit by a Seattle-bound Amtrak train Monday afternoon at a rail crossing south of Salem, Ore. FULL STORY »

Hedge funds continue bearish positions on commodities

Hedge funds have extended their misfortune on agricultural commodities, as increasingly negative sentiment on sugar and livestock more than offsets a reevaluation of laid-back positioning on wheat. FULL STORY »

Strong performance in South Korea for U.S. beef, pork

One of the top-performing markets for U.S. beef and pork in 2014 has been South Korea, where exports have posted strong year-over-year gains. FULL STORY »

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