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John Goggins

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Thursday, 13 December, 2018

I mentioned awhile back that Japan and the United States were returning to the bargaining table to work out a Trade Agreement.  Well, it looks like it is happening.  Talks were due to start on Monday December 10.  I really hope I have some very positive news to report to you following the negotiations.  But, as of press time, I

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Shipwheel Cattle Company 10th Annual Bull Sale
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129 Bulls Average $5,352 26 Registered Angus Cows Average $2,478 84 Commercial Heifers Average $2,024

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Cedarflo Angus Ranch Complete & Total Dispersal Sale
144 Lots Averaged $4,339 Top Selling Bred Cows Lot 99, Cedarflo U678 Blackbess 113,

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KG Ranch 22nd Annual Production Sale
Sale Averages: 287 Coming Two Year Old Bulls Average $4,616 299 Commercial Bred Heifers Average $1,72

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