Tag Archives: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Cow confinement can improve pastures

We need to be prepared to protect our native range from overgrazing; we need to be planning to give late season rest to those native pastures; and we need be trying to incorporate prescribed fire and I think those are … Continue reading

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Free Fall Continues

 But all you guys have them hedged, right?  By Cassie Fish, CassandraFish.com  at The Beef The bearish tag team event continues, with boxed beef prices picking up steam on the down chasing cash fed cattle and live cattle futures lower. In … Continue reading

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CFACT Reveals No Warming for 18 Years at UAB!

 via  Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT)   How much do today’s college students know about the issue of climate change? That was the question Collegians from the University of Alabama-Birmingham sought to answer when they made a video asking other students what … Continue reading

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Another Quiet Day

By Cassie Fish, CassandraFish.com It’s been a quiet week as CME cattle futures keep chopping, boxed beef values keep rallying and a smattering of very light direct cash trade has occurred steady to higher, $238-240 in the Corn Belt. Choice boxed … Continue reading

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Cattle Futures Grind Along

By Cassie Fish, CassandraFish.com ME cattle futures are consolidating today after making modest gains Monday bolstered by the highest fed cattle prices last week since July 4. Futures are content to let the cash side keep the razzle dazzle while they … Continue reading

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Cash Cattle Prices Rip $2.50-5.50 Higher

By Cassie Fish, CassandraFish.com Another Friday afternoon, another round of aggressive packer competition for limited fed cattle supplies. Prices ranged from $150 to $153 live from Texas to western Nebraska, higher to sharply higher. Additionally, there have been calls from packers … Continue reading

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Revival of the Miles City Roundup at Eastern Montana Fair

via NorthernAg.net In the early years of the last century, there were four pro rodeos cowboys didn’t want to miss as they headed down the rodeo road:  Calgary, Cheyenne, Pendelton, and Miles City.  However sometime in the early 1940’s the … Continue reading

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LIBERALS INSULT COWBOY: His Response Left Them Speechless (WATCH)

And now you know why I’m so proud to be a Texian. I’m especially proud to have this guy in the trenches with me at the Culture War. — jtl, 419 https://www.youtube.com/embed/ORqbBpNuF-k?feature=player_embedded“>http:// Don’t mess with Texas, and definitely don’t mess … Continue reading

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SO MUCH FEDERAL CONTROL OF THE WEST IS NOT ONLY UNFAIR, IT IS FAILING OUR STATES AND OUR NATION

Federal policies are stifling the economic opportunity of western communities and requiring citizens in the East to pay for it. Just wait until those “morally superior Yankees” hear that. The BLM and the Forest Service will be shut down over … Continue reading

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August Live Cattle Futures Take the Lead

By Cassie Fish, CassandraFish.com   August LC are grinding along, trading higher on the day, consolidating above $148 while deferred fats and feeder futures trade lower, nervous in the wake of continued global commodity bear talk. The fall outlook for tight fed … Continue reading

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