Tyson Execs, Governor Pledge Support To Industry, Community

By Colleen Schreiber It was a given that the cattle market last week would be impacted by the fire at Tyson’s Holcomb beef processing plant. It was a matter of perspective just how bad it was. Some thought it was unbelievably bad; others thought that it could have been much worse. The fed cattle market...

Lamb Market Remains In A Bit Of Flux As Fall Run Approaches

By Colleen Schreiber MONTROSE, Colo. — At the Colorado Wool Growers Association annual convention in mid-July, there was a bit of angst, certainly some uncertainty about where the lamb market was headed and in particular, how the fall run lambs would fair. The Northern video auction in its first major sale of the season in...

Texas Congressmen Address Urgency Of USMCA Vote

By Colleen Schreiber SAN ANGELO — The August congressional recess is nearing its end and while there are many important legislative issues that citizens are likely addressing with their respective constituents none is more critical than the passage of the U.S., Mexico, Canada Agreement. That was one of the messages offered by three U.S. Congressmen,...

Cowgirl Sass & Savvy

It was about now, late into a long hot summer, that I would start to miss school. Not school for the education, but school for the friends and the activities. Rural living for me was defined by isolation at the ranch tucked away in the shadows of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range. No one...

Letter To The Editor

Dear Editor, After the "bashing" the cattle industry has taken the last few days from the packing industry and CME, I felt the need to write this. The fire in Kansas will be handled easily by moving cattle around to the other plants. The beef packers were already making lots of money. Now the price...

Oklahoma Records VS Case In Tillman County

OSU — Oklahoma livestock operators are being cautioned to be extra vigilant for symptoms of vesicular stomatitis in their animals, and to report anything suspicious to their local veterinarians immediately. “We passed on information earlier this summer about the disease after confirmed cases in Texas and Colorado, and Oklahoma recently had its first confirmed case...

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