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Washington Cattlemen’s Jack Field moving over to Cattle Feeders

Washington Cattlemen's Association director Jack Field is moving over to lead the Washington Cattle Feeders Association More

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Winter rains could boost Red Bluff Bull Sale receipts

Jan. 24-28. More

 

Toxic plants cost ranchers $300M a year; management key to prevention

Identifying toxic plants on rangeland is the first step, researchers say. More

 

WDFW hoped shooting 5 wolves would stop attacks

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife releases report on the $134,999 operation to kill seven wolves More

Livestock

Ecology issues much-anticipated revised CAFO permit

The new permit is expected to cover about 200 mid-sized and large dairies in Washington state. More

Parts of Latvia under emergency due to African swine fever

The source of the extremely contagious virus is unclear, but one farm has been put under quarantine and the government has earmarked additional 100,000 euros ($107,000) to fight the disease. More

Utah ranchers forming LLC in innovative grazing plan

Ranchers in northern Utah are consolidating their grazing permits and livestock to implement rest rotational grazing across 10 allotments and 136,000 acres. More

Eagles’ resurgence comes at a price for farmers

Federal protections mean farmers can do little to keep eagles away, said Ken Klippen, a poultry scientist and former farmer who heads the National Association of Egg Farmers. More

Cattlemen meet new legislators, plan bills for 2017 session

The California Cattlemen’s Association is meeting new members of the Legislature and planning potential bills to sponsor in the 2017 session. More

Veterinary feed rule changes affect pork producers

Federal veterinary feed rules will make a difference for pork producers. More

Bird flu detected in Montana duck

Bird flu in Montana More

Arizona high court to review identical cattle brand ruling

Rancher David Stambaugh objected when the state Agriculture Department allowed a California cattle company that bought land in Arizona to use the identical brand on its cattle. More

USDA moves to dismiss HSUS pork trademark lawsuit

Pork producers say USDA’s motion is long overdue but still chastises the agency for entering into settlement talks with HSUS. More

Investigation turns up dead, malnourished cattle in Hermiston

The Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a case of animal neglect involving 14 dead cattle in Hermiston. More

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