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CT: January 09, 2004 10:15:11 CST
BSE DISCOVERY PRESENTS NEW CHALLENGE TO BEEF INDUSTRY
Our industry has once again encountered a significant challenge with the discovery of BSE in the United States. Fortunately, individuals and agencies are in place that are working diligently to research and handle this matter to reduce the overall effects to our markets and to reassure the consumer that we produce a safe product.
CT: January 09, 2004 10:18:04 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY BUNGLING
Ain't nobody happy. When Senate and House negotiators of the pending Omnibus Appropriations Bill struck a deal in late November to delay implementation of the Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) law until September of 2006 (the language in the Farm Bill calls for September 2004), they effectively chose to resolve nothing. Instead, out of ignorance or intent they opted to increase market uncertainty.
CT: January 22, 2004 09:26:06 CST
CATTLE INDUSTRY FACES CHANGES WITH DISCOVERY OF BSE IN THE UNITED STATES
As every beef producer and more than likely every beef consumer in the U. S. and possibly the world knows, BSE has come to America. Every day that passes since the discovery on December 23, 2003 reveals new information, changes and challenges to the United States Beef Industry.
CT: January 22, 2004 09:35:12 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- A PHOENIX IN PARADISE PART II
It might have been a coincidence that crystal blue winter skies turned dark and blustery about the time Sherry Waters roared into town, herding her '73 Lincoln Town Car into a stop in front of Lonnie Johnson's feed store. Even so, knuckle hairs were standing at attention among even the most mildly superstitious of Apache Flats observers.
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