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Feb 8, 2012

Cattle prices could remain strong into next year

Most cattle producers like to hear ag economists make positive predictions about their futures. But when their banker makes them, that’s even better....More
Feb 8, 2012

Trans-Pacific Partnership could provide major gains for cattlemen

The National Cattlemen's Beef Association counted the Columbia, Panama and South Korea trade agreements as victories in 2011. But its leaders are looking to even more successes in 2012....More
Feb 6, 2012

Amending estate tax high priority for cattlemen

The estate tax or death tax remains a major concern for the nation’s farmers and ranchers. Unless Congress takes action, the law will revert to provisions that will result in a much higher tax bill for heirs....More
Feb 2, 2012

Crop prices up in January

Even with some ups and downs in commodity markets over the last month, prices for most commodities are solidly ahead of this time a year ago....More
Feb 2, 2012

Grazing on public lands provides benefits, not environmental damage

Grazing on public lands has become a controversial subject in some circles. But Bill Hopkin says properly managed grazing can be beneficial to that land, even in the arid West. Hopkin says dry years can take a toll on grazing, but not so much if proper steps are taken. He spoke during a Cattlemen’s College session at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Cattle Industry Convention in Nashville....More
Feb 1, 2012

High Cotton award winners reflect on their families, friends

High Cotton winners reflect on cotton, friends and family during annual High Cotton Awards Breakfast at Beltwide Cotton Conferences in Orlando....More
Jan 25, 2012

Stewardship, fellowship and passion

Those are three words Shawn Holladay wanted to talk about when he accepted the bronze Cotton Boll award for being named the Southwest High Cotton winner for 2012....More
Jan 24, 2012

New varieties, better weather may help cotton rebound in 2012

2011 was a difficult year for cotton producers like Justin Cariker who was forced to replant some of his acres three times. But Cariker is still optimistic about cotton....More
Jan 19, 2012

Conditions on High Plains ‘less than optimal’ in 2011

Cotton producers spent $120 to $150 an acre irrigating their crop on the High Plains in 2011. For some, the return on investment was not what they hoped for....More
Jan 18, 2012

On becoming a more customer-centric company

Farmers are facing a growing number of challenges these days. Sometimes the questions seem to come faster than the answers. Bayer CropScience leaders are positioning their company to provide more answers, making it more customer-centric in the process. The company’s Lee Rivenbark discussed those new directions and its commitment to cotton in an interview at the Beltwide Cotton Conferences in Orlando....More
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