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06-18-2016  
Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale:
   Top 10 Riding Horses Averaged $22,950
Top 20 Riding Horses Averaged $19,050
45 Riding . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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06-04-2016  
8th Annual Diamond/McNabb Ranch Horse Sale:
   66 Gelding Saddle Horses Averaged $12,799
14 Mares & Fillies Averaged $7,643
6 Colt Ho . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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06-04-2016  
Shaw Cattle Co. Third Annual Female Sale:
   Managed by: MCS

57 Hereford lots averaged....$6,360
48 Angus lots averaged.... . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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06-03-2016  
2016 Montana Horse Progress Days:
   Auction Management: United Country Shobe Auction & Realty

Top-Selling Teams:
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05-28-2016  
BLS Horse Sale:
   Sale Averages
Top 5 $15,650
Top 10 $12,565
Top 20 $9,920

Loose Horse . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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Comments 6-30-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 30 June, 2016
As of press-time, financial markets have showed signs of stabilizing somewhat following huge falls in the British pound and global equities after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union last week, or "Brexit" as everyone has come to call it.
According to an article written by Christopher Whittal in the June 28 Wall Street Journal, futures markets pointed to a 1% rise for the S&P 500 following two days of losses that saw $3 trillion wiped out from global stock markets. As of early in the trading day, the pound rose 1.1% against the dollar to $1.338, though it remained near a three-decade low reached Monday (June3 27) after the huge sell-off that occurred following the vote to exit the European Union.
Likewise the Stoxx Europe 600 rose 2.9% Tuesday morning (June 28) after falling 11% over the previous two trading days following the vote. Financial stocks have led the gains in Europe after two days of sharp losses.
The article went on to point out that, in the United Sta ...Read More >>
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Current News Stories

A Dark Act
Publish Date: Thursday, 30 June, 2016

A Dark Act

By Lee Pitts
Livestock Market Digest, 5/15/2016

Here we go again.
Some people in Washington DC must think consumers have the brains of a Southdown sheep. And sometimes I wonder too. The last time I heard the words "mandatory" and "voluntary" in the same sentence was when Congress was killing COOL and the American public was oblivious to . . . . . Read More >>




Choice beef rules the consumer's shopping cart
Publish Date: Thursday, 30 June, 2016


The beef complex is producing more beef that's grading more favorably than ever.


Choice beef rules the consumer's shopping cart

There's been quite a bit of media attention on the Choice-Select spread in recent weeks. Deservedly so, as the spread has surged higher - approaching nearly $24 for the week ending June 10. That's an important - . . . . . Read More >>




Interior Department doesn't want guns taken away
Publish Date: Thursday, 30 June, 2016

Interior Department doesn't want guns taken away

The Interior Department is blasting Republicans for pushing a bill that would disarm its land management agents. House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Rob Bishop (R-UT) and Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) introduced a bill that would abolish federal law enforcement at the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) . . . . . Read More >>




Montana's predator problems
Publish Date: Thursday, 30 June, 2016

Montana's predator problems

by Jami Howell
 
Despite the record number of livestock killed already this year by bears and the attention they've received for ranging farther out on the Rocky Mountain plains this year and into towns, they are still not Montana's number one predator of livestock.
Not even close.
Wildlife Services has had their hands fu . . . . . Read More >>




Sortin Pen 6-30-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 30 June, 2016

Are RNC delegates bound?
Two weeks ago, the NeverTrump movement held a national conference call with members from nearly all 50 states participating. Leaders of the movement say their goal during the call was to begin broadening the effort to dump Donald Trump as the GOP candidate for U.S. President at the Republican National Convention to be held in three weeks in Cleveland, . . . . . Read More >>