Montana Angus Female Bonanza XIII:
   13th Annual Commercial Bred Female Sale

Sale Averages:

1676 A.I. Bred Heif . . . . . MORE INFO >>
NILE Angus Female Sale:
   Sale Managed By: RPI Promotions

Sale Average:

63 Bred Heifers & Heifer . . . . . MORE INFO >>
34th Annual NILE Prestigious Red Angus Sale:
   Sale Managed By: Red Cow Relocators

Sale Averages:

9 Bred Heifers Aver . . . . . MORE INFO >>
Coleman/Trexler Angus Female Production Sale:
   Sale Managed By: Cotton & Assiciated

Sale Average:

60 Lots Average $9 . . . . . MORE INFO >>
Colyer Herefords 15th Annual Female Sale:
   17 Open Hereford Heifers averaged $17,573
22 Bred Hereford Heifers averaged $6,000
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Comments 10-20-16
Publish Date: Thursday, 20 October, 2016
I think most of you by now have figured out that I try to read The Wall Street Journal as much as I can. I receive the online version of the publication, but I don't seem to get to it every day. Evidently I missed the October 6, 2016, edition which contained a very good article pertaining to labeling beef. This article was mailed to me by a long time reader of the Reporter right here in Montana, and I would like to thank him for sending it along to me.
Written by Kelsey Gee and Heather Haddon, the article was titled "Now Serving: 'Single-Cow' Burgers." In essence, the article talked about the increasing demand from American consumers wanting to know where their meat comes from. And it is not only the country that the meat comes from... now there's a push with people wanting to know what particular animal it comes from.
Here is how the story started out, "In grocery store cases stuffed with exotic grass-fed and organic meats, new "single-origin" cuts are taking the local food ...Read More >>
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