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Consumer group backs states in egg, meat lawsuits

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. More

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Study seeks heifers that do best on range

The Nancy M. Cummings Research, Extension and Education Center near Salmon, Idaho, has begun a study to evaluate groups of heifers in two different... More

 

Elk herds horn in on cattle pastures

In addition to losing pasture forage, fence damage caused by elk is also a major issue and expense for ranchers. More

 

Organic group responds in lawsuit against USDA

A USDA motion to dismiss a lawsuit over its delays in implementing new organic livestock and poultry standards hinges on a lack of evidence of injury... More

Livestock

Livestock Hall of Fame to honor new inductees

The banquet will open with social time at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 7 p.m. More

Washington rancher shot wolf thinking it may be dog

Washington ranchers give account of wolf shooting More

Selected western livestock auctions

Livestock prices from around the region. More

National wool and sheep review

Slaughter lambs were steady to 15.00 higher. More

National feeder and stocker cattle report

Buyers are betting on the come as the drought picture in many states continues to intensify. More

Western hay price report

Alfalfa steady in a light test in the Columbia Basin. More

Washington House OKs bill to move wolves

Bill to study moving wolves passes Washington House More

Wallowa ranchers pursue energy projects

Triple Creek Ranch and Schaafsma Ranch hope to benefit from energy generated off of their shared irrigation pipeline. More

Western Innovator: Veterinarian has dairy roots

Washington’s assistant state veterinarian spearheads the state’s animal disease traceability program. More

Democrats say Interior boss withheld key facts

The reorganization could have widespread impacts in the West, home of most of the resources the Interior Department manages. More

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