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  • 'You Broke The Law': House Ag Committee Drills EPA Administrator

    02/12/2016 04:39 PM

    In a hearing with the Environmental Protection Agency on Feb. 11, members of the House of Agriculture Committee discussed with EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy on the agency’s impact on the rural economy. 

  • W.T. Waggoner Ranch Sells for $725 Million
    02/12/2016 02:23 PM

    Billionaire Stan Kroenke has been approved by a Texas court to purchase the historic W.T. Waggoner Ranch.

  • Utterback: Three Ways to Invest on the Farm
    02/12/2016 02:15 PM

    Farm Journal Economist Bob Utterback foresees a change in attitude and mindset on the horizon for farmers to combat cyclical markets and ag economy. 

  • Use Genetic Predictors Carefully for Herd Rebuilding
    02/12/2016 01:13 PM

    With cow herd rebuilding still in progress in the United States, K-State Research and Extension cow-calf specialist Bob Weaber offers advice on selecting herd sires to make the most valuable replacement daughters.

  • Hearing Focuses on Proposed Ban on Some Animal Products
    02/12/2016 09:28 AM

    While both critics and supporters of a proposed ban on the sale of food products from farms that keep animals in overly restrictive cages say the measure would likely raise egg prices in Massachusetts, supporters contend consumers would barely notice the increases.

  • What Can We Expect From Forage Cover Crops?
    02/12/2016 07:48 AM

    While there are many positives to incorporating forage cover crops into existing forage systems, differences in production, nutritional value, and animal gain exist.

  • Decade of Red Angus Breed Improvement Pays Dividends
    02/12/2016 04:55 AM

    In a time when commercial cattlemen are demanding profit-maximizing genetics, Red Angus breeders are stepping up to offer genetically superior bulls representing a decade of unrivaled breed improvement. 

  • A Look at Key Players in Oregon Wildlife Refuge Standoff
    02/11/2016 10:19 PM

    The last four armed occupiers of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon surrendered Thursday, ending a tense standoff that began more than a month ago. The armed group seized the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on Jan. 2 and demanded changes to federal land use policies.

  • Slaughterhouse Owner Gets Prison Time for Uninspected Meat
    02/11/2016 05:32 PM

    The co-owner of a Northern California slaughterhouse at the center of a nationwide food recall two years ago has been sentenced to federal prison.

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For Sale: 9 Hereford Feeders

Registered Well Cared for Herford STEERS GRASS FED

20 - 21 month Grass Fed Steers No hormones No pesticides No GMOs Serious buyers only! Selling no less than groups of 3

These are ready to roll

For Sale: 24 Hereford Feeders

GRASS FED REGISTERED and well cared for. Only serious buyers please! We do not sell in numbers less than 3

For Sale: 40 Angus Cross Bulls

Young fed crossbred bulls available for slaughter or butcher..natural beef. no shots no implants. live weight 950 to 1150. available at market price. steady supply. over 100 head on feed always. good for kosher . ethnic. or just good eatin.

For Sale: 4 Charolais Bulls

All bulls have been trich tested,fertility tested.

For Sale: 75 Angus, Angus F1, LimFlex, Limousin Bulls

75 Limousin, Angus, and LimFlex bulls for sale from LEONARD LIMOUSIN & ANGUS. Yearlings and 2-year-olds. Average yearling weight on all bulls of 1,245 lbs. YWT EPD average of 101. All bulls individually tested for feed efficiency, semen checked and guaranteed to breed cows. Blacks and reds with great disposition and properly conditioned. Individually Priced according to Performance. Contact: Mark Leonard, Holstein, Iowa, 712-368-2611, 712-830-9032, lori@leonardlimousin.com. Reference sires pictured below.

For Sale: 1 Red Angus Bulls

REGISTERED PUREBRED RED ANGUS BULL b. 9/19/2014, 1,500 lbs., BW 70 lb., adj YW 1,015 lb. Eye appeal, growthy, easy calving, easy keeper, sired by Packer son out of LSF Crystal cow family. Tested, age-advantaged and ready to go to work. Reyman Reds, Correctionville and Holstein, Iowa, dennis.reyman@gmail.com, 712-299-3839.

For Sale: 58 Angus Cross Open Heifers

angus/hereford cross heifers 12 to 14 months old. They have been vaccinated and dewormed. They have not been exposed to a bull. They were born on my farm. $1000 per head

For Sale: 3 Red Angus Bulls

15 month old virgin Red Angus Bulls ready for work. Have breeding soundness exam certificates and virgin bull certificates. Registered. CALVING EASE bulls (AVG BW 62 lbs, WW= 500 lbs). These bulls will make great females that milk their hearts out and breedback. They are also pretty to look at. Included a 2yo portrait of their sire JDS CHIEF R362 who has sired many market steer champions at texas major stock shows. Current in vaccinations and deworming. PASTURE DEVELOPED..... NOT FAT LAZY DRY LOT BULLS!!!!!! BCS 6

CWCC 401
RAAA #: 3467680 Top 17% Milk, Top 36% Calving ease maternal, Top 48% YG and Top 40% fleshing

CWCC 404
RAAA #: 3467688 Top 23% Milk, Top 20% heifer pregnancy, Top 33% Marbling, 36% Carcass weight, Top 50% gridmaster,

CWCC 410
RAAA #: 3467690 Top 44% Herd builder, Top 8% milk, Top 24% HPG, Top 10% Calving ease maternal, Top 47 % Stayability, Top 40% Marbling

Call or email for more pictures Chance 361-920-0417 or Whitney 940 390 7062

For Sale: 36 Angus Cross Bred Heifers

36 springing heifers that are due to calve in February and March. These are nice big heifers weighing 1100 pounds plus. They have all been pelvic measured and pregnancy checked with the paperwork available. They have had all of their vaccinations and are sound and healthy. They are bred to low birth weight gelbvieh bulls. Very gentle and are handled daily. If you are looking for replacements that will get right to work and make money then these are it. My name is David and I will be glad to talk with you or answer any questions. 502-680-1425 . Asking $2450

For Sale: 12 Braford Open Heifers

12 Braford open heifers 10-11 months old. All born within 30 day window. Dehorned and they have all of their shots. At this time they weigh about 725 lbs.
These heifers come from commercial Hereford cows, and registered Brahman bulls. Very nice set of young heifers that will make some good cows. $2000.


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