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July 2002


CT: July 12, 2002 14:27:36 CST
BEEF MARKETS AFFECTED BY GLOBAL IMPORTS/EXPORTS
The day when the price cattlemen received for the cattle they marketed was controlled solely by local or even regional factors is long gone. In today's world we find a multitude of causes and effects which manipulate the price producers receive for their cattle at any point in the production pipeline.

CT: July 12, 2002 14:33:30 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- SO, WHO'S ACCOUNTABLE?
If Forest Gump was right, every day being like a box of chocolates in that you never know what you're going to get and whatnot, then the American people and its beef industry were forced to gnaw on some sour, gut-wrenching stuff the last couple of weeks.

CT: July 12, 2002 14:38:11 CST
HEAT STRESS CAN AFFECT YOUR NEXT CALF CROP
Heat stress can affect your next calf crop, however there are some things you can do to help prevent it.

CT: July 23, 2002 07:57:01 CST
UNDERSTANDING WORLD MARKETS IS VITAL TO SUCCESS
The days of the market being controlled locally or perhaps regionally are long gone. It is fascinating and troubling at the same time to recognize that part of the market price you receive at the local auction barn is affected, at least to a small degree by cattle production in countries thousands of miles away.

CT: July 23, 2002 08:01:32 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- WHACKED PART II -- HUNTING THE PUNKIN' MASHER
Like his dreams of a county fair prize this year, his patch looked like it had been brush-hogged with a chainsaw. Nothing but juicy green remnants of the vines, highlighted by a glitter of golden orange here and there that used to be the blossoms.

CT: July 23, 2002 08:04:34 CST
MARKETING SEEDSTOCK -- A SERIOUS BUSINESS
Making a living in the seedstock business can be a serious proposition.


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