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SALISBURY, Mo. — For seedstock producers, when to start having production sales can be a big decision. For Charles Henke, the time was right in March 2018. He has a purebred Angus seedstock business, Henke Angus, and also grows row crops on his Chariton County farm.

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OPINION  In anticipation of a summit between U.S. Trade Ambassador Katherine Tai and her counterparts within the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, 18 national, state and regional cattle and ranch associations have sent a letter seeking immediate relief from that agreement.

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Cattle producers in Western Colorado may need a red-tipped white cane and a guide dog to see them through the next two years.

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The herd counts are headed downward on the Western Slope. With ranchers facing drought and a permit animal unit cuts, most producers are culli…

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You know that stupid picture you still see here and there, the one showing a fence line with almost no grass on one side and lush hip-high flora on the other side? It has been used for decades to try and convince the world that cattle automatically overgraze the land and cause erosion. It has been used to tell us that cattle grazing and a healthy range land are incompatible and that ranching is not a sustainable business.