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National feeder and stocker cattle report
Nice runs of longtime weaned calves along with fewer calves right off the cow reported at most sales in the country this week.

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Selected Western livestock auctions
Livestock auction results from around the West.
Idaho officials delay possible increase in grazing fees
The state's top elected officials have put off a possible increase in grazing fees on state lands due to potential litigation
13 states launch new legal challenge to California egg law
The lawsuit argues that California’s requirements violate the U.S. Constitution’s interstate commerce clause.
EPA: Farms to spend $14.9 million to report manure emissions
EPA: Farms to spend $14.9 million to report manure emissions
EPA estimates that farms will spend $14.9 million to report their animals are release gas
Grazing slowly returns to land scorched by 2015 Soda Fire
Grazing slowly returns to land scorched by 2015 Soda Fire
BLM officials will use 30 miles of targeted grazing fuel breaks as part of its plan to protect the restoration work it has done following the 2015 Soda Fire, which scorched tens of thousands of acres of grazing land in southwestern Idaho and part of...
ODFW Commission set to begin revision of wolf plan
ODFW Commission set to begin revision of wolf plan
A draft document suggests Oregon should consider 300 wolves a minimum population for planning purposes.
More low-carb horse hay needed, consultant says
More low-carb horse hay needed, consultant says
Natalie Shaw gave a presentation on the growing demand for low carb hay at the Oregon Hay and Forage Association’s Hay Conference.
Dead Oregon llama ruled ‘probable’ wolf attack
A llama killed on private land in Union County was ruled a ‘probable’ wolf attack by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife.
Powell bird farm’s plans to raise sage grouse move forward
Diamond Wing Upland Game Birds, LLC, is the leading candidate to be certified to attempt breeding sage grouse in captivity.
National wool and sheep review
Slaughter lambs under 70 lbs were steady to 10.00 higher; heavier weights were steady to 10.00 lower.

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