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01-07-2017  
North Dakota Angus Association Select Bull & Female Sale:
   Sale Averages: 18 Yearling Angus Bulls $6,959 12 Registered Bred Heifers $4,958 11 Registered Hei . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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01-06-2017  
2017 Angus Partners Female Sale:
   Sale Averages: 664 Bred Heifers $1,506 784 Open Heifers $910 Sale Highlights: Bred Heifers . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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12-31-2016  
Lazy J Bar Ranch Red Angus New Year's Extravaganza:
   Sale Averages: 53 Open Registered Heifers $2,485 21 Bred Red Angus Heifers $3,614 37 Red Angus an . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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12-19-2016  
Sitz Angus Genetic Influence Commercial Bred Heifer Sale:
   Sale Average: 1799 Commercial Angus Bred Heifers Average $1,599 Sale Highlights: Lot 2 $1,8 . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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12-17-2016  
Richard Angus Ranch 2016 Bull Sale:
   Sale Averages: 33 Two-Year-Old Angus Bulls $4,841 47 Commercial Bred Heifers $1,721 Sale Highli . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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Comments 1-12-17
Publish Date: Thursday, 12 January, 2017
I am coming to you this week from the National Western Stock Show here in Denver, Colorado. I traveled to Denver on Tuesday of last week through some pretty tough winter conditions. I know that many of you around Reporter Country have seen some very tough winter as well. It looks to me like we may be in for an old-fashioned winter! Pretty much without exception, everybody I talk to pretty much agrees that we were "due" for a tough winter. For most places, it has been several years since we have seen a lot of cold weather and snow. The last few years have spoiled all of us. One thing about it: we should have a great start to the spring and summer if this kind of moisture continues.
I stayed several days here in Denver and then flew back to Billings this past Sunday and worked the Diamond Ring Sale on Tuesday. I know that most of you have been trying to keep an eye on what the feeder cattle and replacement heifer markets have been doing and realize that this market has really taken ...Read More >>
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And the real question is: When were the words "United States beef" amended out of public law?
Publish Date: Thursday, 12 January, 2017


U.S. cattlemen and women need to assess the logic of their checkoff dollars contributing to their demise through the prevention of domestic product promotion.

And the real question is:
When were the words "United States beef" amended out of public law?

By Vaughn Meyer
Reva,  SD

In response to the December . . . . . Read More >>




Feds investigating OK Beef Council's missing $2.6 million
Publish Date: Thursday, 12 January, 2017

Feds investigating OK Beef Council's missing $2.6 million

By Leesa Zalesky

Last September, the Oklahoma Beef Council's (OBC) Executive Director Heather Buckmaster released a statement on behalf of the OBC board, saying an internal investigation had uncovered the theft of about $75,000 in checkoff funds by an unnamed employee. Buckmaster said OBC had filed a l . . . . . Read More >>




Front Page Photo 1-12-17
Publish Date: Thursday, 12 January, 2017


Brrrrrrrrrrrrr... Now if this isn't a photographic definition of the word COLD, I don't know what would be! Thanks to Cody Ann Bainter for sharing. She wrote: "Susan Metcalf recommended I send you this photo I took on January 2, 2017, no . . . . . Read More >>




MOU gives USDA-AMS direct oversight of MT Beef Council
Publish Date: Thursday, 12 January, 2017

MOU gives USDA-AMS direct oversight of MT Beef Council

By Leesa Zalesky

On December 23, 2016, the USDA announced -- in a court pleading filed in the R-CALF, USA v. USDA lawsuit -- that a memorandum of understanding (MOU) has been entered between USDA's Ag Marketing Service (USDA-AMS) and the Montana Beef Council (MBC) for the purpose of providing direct USDA- . . . . . Read More >>




Sortin Pen 01-12-17
Publish Date: Thursday, 12 January, 2017

COOL test begins in France...
A two-year trial period for mandatory country of origin labeling (COOL) is now underway in France; the test will focus on 100% French meat and milk. Additionally under the program, products that contain 8% or more meat or 50% or more milk must have the origins of those ingredients disclosed on labels. French processors and livestock producers say they view the CO . . . . . Read More >>