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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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05-28-2016  
BLS Horse Sale:
   Sale Averages
Top 5 $15,650
Top 10 $12,565
Top 20 $9,920

Loose Horse . . . . . MORE INFO >>
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Comments 6-23-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 23 June, 2016
Sorry I didn't get the chance to wish all of you Dads out there Happy Father's Day until after the fact, but nonetheless, HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! I was in the middle of breeding cows and sorting breeding pastures, and I simply dropped the ball and barely made it home myself for Father's Day.
I think all of you fathers that are reading this right now would most likely agree that being a Dad is one of the greatest accomplishments that any of us could ever hope for. There are a lot of trying times and a lot of simply incredible times that all of us go through throughout the raising our children. The incredible times make all of the trying times much more worth it in the long run. The biggest thing that jumped out to me during this recent Father's Day weekend was the realization again that, no matter what the livestock or grain markets are doing, family is THE most important thing in all of our lives. Markets will go up, and markets will go down, but a strong family will survive all of th ...Read More >>
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Front Page Photo 6-23-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 23 June, 2016


Titan, the young 5-H Border Collie cow dog, is helping make sure that Chocolate Chip, the bum calf, doesn't miss a single drop of his breakfast! Thanks to Corinne Hammond for sharing this phone photo!




Judge sides with wildlife group in sheep lawsuit
Publish Date: Thursday, 23 June, 2016

Judge sides with wildlife group in sheep lawsuit

A federal judge has ruled in favor of a Bozeman, Montana, wildlife group in a lawsuit over domestic sheep grazing in the Gravelly Mountains and asked the U.S. Forest Service to take another look at impacts domestic sheep grazing might have on wild herds. U.S. District Court Judge Brian Morris ruled recently that the Fores . . . . . Read More >>




New website makes tracking water rights easy...
Publish Date: Thursday, 23 June, 2016

New website makes tracking water rights easy...

Montana bankers, property owners, attorneys, developers, farmers, recreationists, or anyone with an interest in water rights have a new resource at their disposal to help negotiate their way through the complicated world of water rights and water law. Called Water Sage, it is a product of Ponderosa Advisors, LLC.

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Sortin Pen 6-23-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 23 June, 2016

UW President declares Financial Crisis
On June 15, University of Wyoming (UW) President Laurie Nichols declared a financial crisis for the institution after receiving approval from the UW board of trustees to do so. UW faces a $50 million reduction in funding over the next two years, largely due to legislative cuts and a state economy that's in trouble. The UW trustees also a . . . . . Read More >>




Water's for fighting... And deep pockets make the fighting easier
Publish Date: Thursday, 23 June, 2016

Water's for fighting...
And deep pockets make the fighting easier

By Linda Grosskopf

Few folks other than the wealthy are able to indulge their desire to take on a fight for the principle of the thing, even though those are the fights that most need waging. So when a man of ordinary means goes to his banker and borrows $40,000 to wage ju . . . . . Read More >>