Domestic wool trading on a clean basis was at a standstill this week.
On Wednesday at Bassett, Neb., a load of 719 lb replacement quality heifers sold at 183.50.
Trade slow this week with moderate to good demand for dairy hay in the Columbia Basin.
Bison leaving the park are routinely captured and slaughtered by state and federal agencies to protect Montana livestock.
Proponents say the proposed fee would generate money for Wyoming, Montana and Idaho to deal with wildlife management issues.
Very light test of feeder cattle this week at the Woodburn, Ore., Livestock Exchange.
At least 96 migrating bison from Yellowstone National Park have been captured for potential slaughter under a program meant to shield Montana livestock from disease.
State wildlife officials are planning to study a bacterial infection found in elk by equipping a number of the animals in southwestern Montana with tracking collars
WSDA awards grants to ward off wolves
The Center for Consumer Freedom is supporting legal challenges brought by several states concerning laws in California and Massachusetts that discriminate against conventionally produced eggs, pork and veal.
The banquet will open with social time at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 7 p.m.
Washington ranchers give account of wolf shooting
The Nancy M. Cummings Research, Extension and Education Center near Salmon, Idaho, has begun a study to evaluate groups of heifers in two different environments — range and pasture.
In addition to losing pasture forage, fence damage caused by elk is also a major issue and expense for ranchers.