FALL RAINS have been bountiful and well appreciated in West Texas. Pastures and rangeland are going into winter with standing forage, stock tanks are full, and many creeks are flowing, as illustrated by this shot of the Little Rocky northwest of San Angelo. The repeated rains in heavier form have made livestock work a boggy mess to the east and southeast, however.

Slaughter Meat Goats Generally Steady To Up In Recent Trading

Slaughter meat goat prices were largely steady to higher in most recent trading. Fredericksburg was steady to $5 higher, San Angelo firm to $10 higher, Goldthwaite $5 higher, and Hamilton $10-15 higher. New Holland, Pennsylvania was mostly steady to $10 lower per head.

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Port Of Long Beach Critical For Trade Around The World

Those attending the recent U.S. Meat Export Federation strategic planning conference here heard an overview of port logistics and port activities for the Port of Long Beach from Wendy Fung, business development manager for the port. Later that afternoon attendees were also treated to a guided boat tour of the port.

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800-284-5268
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PO Box 3306
San Angelo TX 76902

800-284-5268
325-949-4611

PO Box 3306
San Angelo TX 76902