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08-13-2016  
Spruce Mountain Ranch 6th Annual Angus Production Sale:
   Sale Manager: Cotton & Associates, Howell, MI

76 Angus Lots Ave. $28,802
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06-18-2016  
Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale:
   Top 10 Riding Horses Averaged $22,950
Top 20 Riding Horses Averaged $19,050
45 Riding . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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06-04-2016  
8th Annual Diamond/McNabb Ranch Horse Sale:
   66 Gelding Saddle Horses Averaged $12,799
14 Mares & Fillies Averaged $7,643
6 Colt Ho . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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06-04-2016  
Shaw Cattle Co. Third Annual Female Sale:
   Managed by: MCS

57 Hereford lots averaged....$6,360
48 Angus lots averaged.... . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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06-03-2016  
2016 Montana Horse Progress Days:
   Auction Management: United Country Shobe Auction & Realty

Top-Selling Teams:
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COMMENTS

Comments 8-25-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 25 August, 2016
The end of August is approaching rapidly, and Labor Day is just around the corner... almost time to put the felt hats back on! I for one am certainly ready to be done with all this excessive heat, and hopefully, the dry areas will receive ample moisture to put all these forest and grass fires to rest.
Any of you who know me very well are sitting there reading this and thinking that the main reason I look forward to fall is because of hunting season or, should I say, archery season. Well, you are right! I enjoy hunting with my bow about as much as anything in the world. No vehicle, no cell phone, no laptop... just me out there trying to outsmart the elk. Hunting camp is a blast for me. I have a great group of guys that I hunt with, and we all talk for hours after each day's hunt about the "close encounters" we may have had with the elk or deer. Some hunting stories take a long time to tell, you know. I will be out among them on Labor Day weekend... I can hardly wait. I have been do ...Read More >>
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Current News Stories

The Killing of Jack Yantis: Part 1 From routine to chaos...
Publish Date: Thursday, 25 August, 2016

Editor's note: Leesa has a long background in emergency medical and fire services, having worked extensively with rural fire departments in both capacities and having taught EMS for many years. In her spare time, she currently works in cardiology outreach for a major Colorado-based health care system. We're fortunate to have her expertise at work for us in this series. LG

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Canada Beef launches print ad campaign across the country
Publish Date: Thursday, 25 August, 2016

Canada Beef launches print ad campaign across the country

The consumer ad, "We put the best of Canada into our beef," was run as a full page in the major daily newspapers nationally (in Canada) on Saturday, June 18, with a nod to Father's Day. The newspapers were Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, and Calgary Herald.
The producer ad, "The league of beef p . . . . . Read More >>




Front Page Photo 8-25-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 25 August, 2016


On a ranch, there are innumerable opportunities for engaging in yet another classroom session of Work Ethic 101! This is 11-year-old Connor Johnston "pouring cattle for flies and any other kind of critter." . . . . . Read More >>




Online U.S. cattle auctions set to resume...
Publish Date: Thursday, 25 August, 2016

Online U.S. cattle auctions set to resume...

An online U.S. cattle auction that ranchers and traders hope will restore transparency to livestock pricing and reduce volatility in futures contracts is set to resume operations in September following a three-month halt, its owner said on August 18. Separately, a U.S. watchdog agency said it will take at least nine months to . . . . . Read More >>




Sortin Pen 8-25-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 25 August, 2016

USDA: Cattle on Feed up 1.6%...
In its August Cattle on Feed report, the USDA said the number of cattle on feed at the start of August was up 1.6%, July placements were up 1.6%, and July marketings were down 0.7%. Placements were higher than forecasted previously. The average retail price of choice beef was $6.09 for July, down 11 cents from June and down 27.5 cents from July . . . . . Read More >>