Angela Bowman

More rustlers stealing cattle for meth money

Cattle rustling may be a crime straight out of a John Wayne Western, but in an ABC News report, modern rustling combines an old crime with a modern, “Breaking Bad” twist. FULL STORY »

Calving season brings renewed hope after October blizzard

The arrival of spring calving season across western South Dakota is renewing hope for ranchers still reeling from last October’s blizzard. FULL STORY »

Could America ever be a meat-free nation? Not likely

A meat-free America just isn’t going to happen, no matter how many vegetarians and vegans may push for it. FULL STORY »

Time to think spring (floods)

No major flooding is predicted this spring, though minor to moderate flooding is possible across a large swath of the northern Plains and Upper Midwest stretching to New England. FULL STORY »

Okla. Attorney General calls out HSUS on tornado donations

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt issued a consumer warning against the Humane Society of the United States last week, warning Oklahomans of the group’s solicitations and advertisements. FULL STORY »

California soaked…but still deep in drought

Last week’s storms may have brought the highest rainfall totals to the Los Angeles areas in years, but it did little quench the state’s oppressive drought. FULL STORY »

Solar desalinization gives Calif. farmers more freshwater

A solar desalinization startup is taking on California’s water challenges, and its water-cleaning technology could help farmers across the state. FULL STORY »

Parched California: Hurry up, El Niño

California is sinking further into drought, but potential relief in the form of El Niño may be lurking on the horizon. FULL STORY »

America’s farms bigger…but fewer

The USDA released its preliminary “2012 Census of Agriculture” report on Thursday, and though the full report has not yet been released, it offers a snapshot of America’s farmers and ranchers. FULL STORY »

Chipotle plays fast and loose with ag facts

Humor can’t disguise Chipotle’s latest fear-mongering in its online satirical miniseries, “Farmed and Dangerous,” but America’s farmers and ranchers aren’t ready to be silenced. FULL STORY »

Calif. farmers in ‘dire straits’ as drought rages on

A wet storm over the last week helped relieve some of the drought in central California, but the rain was a reprieve – not a cure – as the drought continues. FULL STORY »

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