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August 2003


CT: August 06, 2003 10:09:08 CST
WHAT ROLE WILL BREED ASSOCIATIONS PLAY IN THE COMING CENTURY?
Two things happened in the latter years of the 20th Century that reshaped the beef business for good: the rise of Certified Angus Beef and other breed-specific branded programs, and the beginning of sophisticated genetic analysis. Both helped pave the way for greater consumer orientation, and equipped producers with tools to make improved management decisions and genetic selections. And, both were made possible by considerable investment by breed associations.

CT: August 06, 2003 10:11:33 CST
BIOSECURITY IS STILL A SUBJECT OF CONCERN FOR PRODUCERS
The world we live in is different from that of our parents and grandparents. World events have created an interest and concern for keeping our families and homes safe. They have also emphasized a need for taking measures to insure our livestock operations are safe as well.

CT: August 06, 2003 10:14:38 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- HAYFLOWER MOVING
Even a purebred packrat would have felt claustrophobic peering into the gargantuan storage shed cum garage sale paradise that greeted Hooter and Cousin Charlie. This was the kind of haphazard but organized clutter that would have to be taken apart the same way it was assembled: one piece and one layer at a time; something neither one of the boys had signed on for.

CT: August 06, 2003 10:16:50 CST
WITH PROPER PRECAUTIONS, CATTLE CAN BE DEHORNED SUCCESSFULLY
Most cattlemen raising horned breeds choose to dehorn their stock, since horns in the herd can be a nuisance and a hazard.

CT: August 21, 2003 10:43:23 CST
PRODUCERS CAN USE CHECKLIST TO IMPLEMENT BIOSECURITY PLAN
This article is formatted differently than normal and includes a series of checklists that can be used to implement an effective biosecurity program regardless of operational type or size.

CT: August 21, 2003 10:45:24 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- VERIFY THIS -- THE RACE IS ON
Take a little government regulation, add a dash of nightmare and you have the fixings for what is quickly becoming a mad dash toward the animal identification that makes traceabilty possible.

CT: August 21, 2003 10:47:19 CST
NUNLEY BROTHERS -- A FAMILY RANCHING TRADITION FOR OVER 70 YEARS
Raising cattle is a family tradition for Nunley Brothers and today the large cow-calf operation continues to thrive across Texas.


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