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08-13-2016  
Spruce Mountain Ranch 6th Annual Angus Production Sale:
   Sale Manager: Cotton & Associates, Howell, MI

76 Angus Lots Ave. $28,802
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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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COMMENTS

Comments 8-18-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 18 August, 2016
It was nice to see the markets come up off of the summer lows in the last couple of weeks. I think everybody had high hopes that the fed cattle market was finally going to push upward for a sustainable amount of time. But we have settled back again into the $118 to $120 range, and it looks like it might stay that way for the next week to two weeks.
I was reading an article in CattleFax Update that predicted we could see fed cattle ranging from $118 to $123 from late August through September. October through December showed CattleFax predicting back up into the mid-$120s. The fact that supplies are predicted to move down as we get later into 2016 makes one think that prices will move their way up. But I think all of us need to keep in mind that these supplies will still be at levels higher than they were a year ago. There has been a lot of beef in the supply chain this year. Cold storage numbers of beef show that we continue to be doing pretty good on getting rid of the supply of b ...Read More >>
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Current News Stories

Don't forget! Livestock medicine rules take effect January 1
Publish Date: Thursday, 18 August, 2016

Don't forget!
Livestock medicine rules take effect January 1

Livestock producers must become familiar with a new directive regulating certain medications that can be added to the animals' feed, according to Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State University Extension Service veterinarian and livestock stewardship specialist.
The veterinary feed dir . . . . . Read More >>




Front Page Photo 8-18-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 18 August, 2016



The eight state FFA officers along with State FFA Advisor Jim Rose and five students from the Joliet FFA Chapter pose for a nice photo. Back row, L to R: Jon Andres, Jared Songstad (Joliet FFA), C.J, Stevenson, Albert Koenig, Jim Ro . . . . . Read More >>




Nebraska Brand Committee fires and then rehires Executive Director
Publish Date: Thursday, 18 August, 2016

Nebraska Brand Committee fires and then rehires Executive Director

By Leesa Zalesky

On August 8, the Nebraska Brand Committee, the state's livestock brand inspection agency, voted unanimously to accept the resignation of Shawn Harvey as its executive director. Then the committee rehired him to work as its interim chief investigator and director of field opera . . . . . Read More >>




Sortin Pen 8-18-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 18 August, 2016

No charges in Jack Yantis case; Let the civil suits begin!
Idaho Attorney General (AG) Lawrence Wasden says no criminal charges will be filed against two Adams County, Idaho, deputies who shot and killed 62-year-old Council, Idaho, rancher Jack Yantis last year. Yantis was shot by deputies on November 1 after dispatchers asked him to go to the scene of a motor vehicle acciden . . . . . Read More >>




Largent Family Benefit Auction
Publish Date: Friday, 12 August, 2016



Now on BuyHereford.com:
Largent Family Benefit Auction
Bidding ends FRIDAY AUGUST 12 at 8 PM EDT (7 PM CDT)

The Wyoming Hereford Association is sponsoring a bene . . . . . Read More >>