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After coal, can better health save West Virginia?
WILLIAMSON, WV - With coal trains chugging past in the distance, Jack Perry watches as his wife, Margie, plants row upon row of Hungarian pepper seedlings in the community garden that residents of this West Virginia coal town call the "Garden of Eatin'."
Tuesday, July, 07, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Officials identify 'persons of interest' in Nevada cattle killings
Nevada authorities investigating a wave of cattle shootings that have killed at least 20 cows grazing on public lands in the high desert near the Idaho border said on Thursday they have identified "persons of interest" in the case.
Friday, July, 03, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Hungry hogs, cattle gobble up grain during U.S. bird flu outbreak
CHICAGO - Higher numbers of hogs, cattle and broiler chickens are gobbling up animal feed, eating into supplies that were expected to grow due to the loss of 48 million chickens and turkeys in the worst-ever outbreak of bird flu in U.S. history.
Thursday, July, 02, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Beef Talk: Pounds of calf weaned per acre
This Beeftalk concerns pounds of beef produced per acre utilizing two different types of cattle to help demonstrate what pounds of calf weaned per acre means. The information presented, at this point, is an example of production data reflecting pounds of calf weaned per acre. For this article, I will not expound on marketing options.
Wednesday, July, 01, 2015 - North Dakota State University Extension Service - News

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Carrington (N.D.) Research Extension Center to hold livestock tour
Feedlot research, cow-calf studies and forage crops are the focus of the beef production tour set for July 14 at North Dakota State University's Carrington Research Extension Center.
Thursday, June, 25, 2015 - NDSU Agriculture Communication - News

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South Dakota Farmers Union recognizes Kolousek family
The South Dakota Farmers Union is recognizing the Scott and Amber Kolusek family in June as it celebrates 100 years of service.
Thursday, June, 25, 2015 - South Dakota Farmers Union - News

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U.S. Plains flooding refills soil moisture, farmers’ wallets
Farmers are reaping higher yields and ranchers' feed costs have fallen sharply since flooding swept across the southern U.S. Plains in May, with the record rains providing tangible benefits to agriculture despite causing damage that will likely cost billions of dollars to repair.
Monday, June, 22, 2015 - Reuters - News

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North Dakota has first case of anthrax in cattle this year
North Dakota’s first reported case of anthrax this year should prompt livestock producers to take action to protect their animals from the disease, especially in areas with a past history of it, the state veterinarian said Monday.
Monday, June, 22, 2015 - Agweek - News

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NZ's Synlait inks U.S. deal to supply grass-fed milk formula
WELLINGTON - Milk powder maker Synlait on Thursday said it had signed an agreement with a U.S. baby products company to supply milk formula sourced from grass-fed cows, marking the New Zealand processor's first foray into the U.S. market.
Thursday, June, 18, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Australia cuts farm commodity forecasts because of El Nino
SYDNEY - Australia on June 16 slashed forecast production levels for wheat, cotton and other agricultural commodities in fiscal year 2015 to '16, as an El Nino weather phenomenon grips the country and dries out farmland.
Tuesday, June, 16, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Cattle truck spills clog Oklahoma highways with livestock
TULSA, Okla. - Parts of major highways in Tulsa and near Oklahoma City were temporarily closed on Thursday morning after trucks carrying cattle crashed and tipped over in separate incidents, spilling scores of livestock on the roadways.
Thursday, June, 11, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Ringwall: Prepare for unexpected events
Spring showers should bring spring flowers, and they will. But the concern for moisture always is present and foremost in most producer discussions. We anticipate rain, but that does not mean it will.
Tuesday, June, 09, 2015 - North Dakota State University Extension Service - News

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Navajo Nation eyes agreement reining in slaughter of wild horses
The first effort of its kind to prevent wild horses roaming the Navajo Nation in the U.S. Southwest from being sent to slaughter in Mexico has gained the preliminary approval of tribal leaders, former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson said on Thursday.
Friday, June, 05, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Prairie Fare: Have you applauded a cow lately?
As I finished my glass of ice-cold milk, I thought about my now 20-year-old son's comments many years ago. He always has enjoyed milk. When he was a toddler, we would hear his tiny voice saying "want milk" in the early morning hours. He wanted his milk and cereal pronto.
Thursday, June, 04, 2015 - North Dakota State University Extension Service - News

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In Kentucky, talk of a 'war on coal' gives way to hope for new economy
HARLAN COUNTy, KY - When Dan Mosley became head of Kentucky's Harlan County government this year, he promised - like those elected before him - to defend the state's beleaguered coal industry. But Mosley also vowed to do something else for his county: help build a new economy based on something other than coal.
Thursday, June, 04, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Ranchers defy U.S. in grazing parched Nevada lands, environmentalists say
A Nevada ranch defied U.S. drought closure orders in grazing cattle on federally managed land, environmentalists said on Wednesday, comparing it to action by another Nevada rancher that led to an armed standoff last year with federal agents.
Thursday, June, 04, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Consider impacts of big industry
SCOTLAND, S.D. — In the 197Os we were having trouble with cattle grazing in pasture and getting sick, with some even dying.
Thursday, June, 04, 2015 - - News

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MSU researchers have new grain line available for commercial licensing
Montana State University researchers have produced a new variety of grain sorghum, a warm season crop adapted to arid climates. This technology – Line 13sorg23 – is now available for licensing. Bid submission forms are due Oct. 30.
Wednesday, June, 03, 2015 - - News

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U.S. floats conservation measures for imperiled bull trout
SALMON, Idaho - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed on Tuesday actions needed to support imperiled bull trout, an iconic native fish that is still found in pristine, cold-water streams and some lakes in Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.
Tuesday, June, 02, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Commentary: Genetic diversity in beef cattle is a good thing
Let me preface this column by saying the world always is changing and the beef industry is not immune to those changes. As a beef industry, if producers only read and visit about beef production and associated issues, the industry eventually will fail. That is not to say the activities that will replace the beef industry are better, but ignorance of change results in change.
Thursday, May, 21, 2015 - NDSU Extension Service - News

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