5 Mins w/Chuck Jolley

Jolley: Five minutes with Bruce Hafenfeld, NCBA’s policy man

I spent three full days in Denver talking with people at the Cattlemen’s Convention. I talked with people who didn’t want to say much, especially when they saw that yellow “press” ribbon hanging around my neck. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five minutes with Mary Rickert, Prather Ranch & third party verification

It has always been hard to cover missteps. With the internet casting a non-stop electronic eye on everything, there is no hiding bad practices. Loudly proclaiming you’re one of the good guys does little; the public eye is a bit too jaundiced. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes with Bill Donald, incoming NCBA president

In just a few days, Bill Donald will pick up the reins of the big and occasionally unruly horse that’s the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. Yeah, Bill Donald, one of the founding fathers of R-CALF. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes With Craig Knowles And My Mid-Winter Caribbean Dream Job

I’m sitting in my office here in Kansas City, prepping for a trip to Denver for the Annual NCBA/CBB dustup. It’s freezing outside and my weather alert just sounded off. I looked at the message on its nasty little screen and it said “winter storm warning.” FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes With NCBA’s Forrest Roberts & The Rocky Mountain Roundup

The center of the cattle universe will be in downtown Denver February 2-5. Thousands of cattlemen and cattlewomen will gather for the Annual Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade, show filling the city with a sea of cowboy hats, dress boots and Silverados. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes With Derrell Peel & The State Of The Herd

A week ago, Tri-State Livestock News wrote about Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist, Derrell Peel’s five factors he expects to have the biggest impact on market prices in 2011.
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Jolley: Bill Marler & Shawn Stevens Talk About The New Food Safety Modernization Act

The long dormant, thought to be dead food safety bill was revived during the eleventh hour of the lame duck congress. Given a whiff of oxygen and electro-shock therapy by a group of unidentified House and Senate doctors, it was whisked off its death bed and hustled into the President’s office for his confirming signature just before our elected officials stampeded toward Dulles and Washington National for their annual end-of-the-year migration out of town.
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Jolley: Five Minutes With The Death Tax & What They’re Saying

I’m taking a different approach to my weekly interview. Instead of interviewing someone about a variety of issues, I’m taking one issue – the very controversial death tax – and finding out what a variety of people say about it. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Laurie Bryant, Meat Import Council Of America, Inc. & The Safety Of Imported Meat

Last week, Food Safety News published some alarming data about the safety of imported ground beef. At first blush, it seemed to put imported meats in an extremely bad light.
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Jolley: Laurie Bryant, Meat Import Council Of America, Inc. & The Safety Of Imported Meat

Last week, Food Safety News published some alarming data about the safety of imported ground beef. At first blush, it seemed to put imported meats in an extremely bad light.
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Jolley: Five Minutes With Arthur Uhl & The Death Tax

Did the Republicans reach a workable last ditch tax plan with Obama or not? Will an annoyed caucus of feeling-betrayed Democrats desert their leader and kill the compromise? Will you have to sell the farm in 2011 because you weren’t ‘lucky’ enough to die before the stroke of midnight, December 31?
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