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area’s average. The old timers around here are saying it is more like the way winters used to be. Personally, I do not remember it being this cold for this long since 1993. We had moved from South Florida to Missouri and I had told my husband that he needn't worry because the winters would be mild (I had grown up in Tennessee and he was from So. Florida). Up until 1993 winters were mild. We were in the process of building a herd and had used AI
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before delivery costs are added. "The opportunity to minimize waste is valuable," says Justin Sexten, Univer-sity of Missouri (MU) Extension beef specialist. With feed cost at 40% to 60% of the annual budget of a typical cow–calf operation, it can be a profit breaker. Bring on the design engineers. Sexten says that design additions such as cone-shaped central bale supports, solid skirting and diagonally welded bars that separate cows at the feeder are modifications
The Week Ahead: Nov. 28-Dec. 4, 2011
with President Barack Obama holding talks with Herman Van Rompuy, president of the European Council, José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, and Catherine Ashton, EU foreign policy chief. Topics will include global economic issues, bilateral relations and foreign policy concerns. US budget and economy: Univ. of Maryland. Speaker: Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.). Economic outlook: The OECD releases its economic outlook. Elections, Egypt: Egypt is scheduled to hold its...
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to Missouri and I had told my husband that he needn't worry because the winters would be mild (I had grown up in Tennessee and he was from So. Florida). Up until 1993 winters were mild. We were in the process of building a herd and had used AI (artificial insemination for city folks) to breed about 300 first calf heifers (no one in their right mind would do this). We did not want to purchase older cattle to build our herd and prefered to start with healthy, young
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, says Bruce Erickson, cropping systems manager at Purdue Univer-sity. As farmers expand acreage, oftentimes at the expense of other farmers, hard feelings start to grow in farm communities. In "Hang Onto Land", Erickson says that farmers on the losing end of a bid often blame megafarmers for paying high rents. That may be true, but it's a mistake to believe money is the only factor. Lack of communication and understanding is what's usually to blame, says Dirk Talley, a farmer...
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Key decisions ahead via a special arrangement with Informa Economics, Inc. Key decisions ahead NOTE: This column is copyrighted material, therefore reproduction or retransmission is prohibited under U.S. copyright laws. I attended and participated earlier this week during a seminar at the Univ. of Missouri -- “Breimyer Seminar: Unpacking the 2008 Farm Bill.” Timeline. While several presenters said it would take a while – into next year – before USDA