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Study seeks heifers that do best on range
University of Idaho
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 environments — range and pasture.

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National wool and sheep review
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National feeder and stocker cattle report
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Washington House OKs bill to move wolves
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Wallowa ranchers pursue energy projects
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Western Innovator: Veterinarian has dairy roots
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Rampaging bull leads to high school lockdown in Idaho
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Analysts see growth potential in beef herd
Analysts see growth potential in beef herd
The latest cattle inventory report shows a 2 percent growth in beef cows year over year and a large amount of beef replacement heifers, despite a year-over-year decrease.
Eastern Oregon scientist receives range management award
Eastern Oregon scientist receives range management award
Tony Svejcar, of Burns, Ore., has received the 2018 Sustained Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society for Range Management.

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