THIS WOMAN WRITES Blind Obedience
Years ago, a woman proudly described to me what her husband had said about her:
"He said I was very strong-willed," she commented, "and that I needed to be more obedient."
After figuring out that sh... Posted on 2/4/15 at 5:43 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Congratulations on a big anniversary
Sheep fly under the radar, both nationally and in the Upper Midwest. Their numbers have been declining for years, and their wool and meat aren't as popular as they once were.
But there's good reason ... Posted on 1/30/15 at 10:12 AM
FARM BLEAT From one scoop to another
Happy National Agriculture Week! I realize the week is half over, but agriculture production, innovation, research and processing happens every day, everywhere around us.
We shouldnt be celebrating ag... Posted on 3/20/13 at 5:39 PM
DENVER — The Colorado Senate Agriculture Committee unanimously killed a bill on Thursday that would have set up a task force to resolve sheepherders’ complaints against employers over working conditions.
WORTHINGTON — A rural Worthington man is facing 32 misdemeanor counts of animal mistreatment after a Nobles County deputy responded to a call of sheep in the ditch and found carcasses, skulls and underweight sheep.
In 1997, 91,458 adult cattle and calves were reported killed in spring blizzards and flooding. So far this spring, 91,000 cattle – 19,000 adult cattle and 72,000 calves - have died, according to an estimate by the USDA and the North Dakota State University Extension Service. Ranchers blame months of bad weather.
Bringing sheep producers together to interact with each other and learn about a variety of topics is the goal for the upcoming shepherd’s clinic.
The clinic is a spin-off of events which used to be held in Hettinger every year, said Chris Schauer, Hettinger Research Extension Center director.
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