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ISSUE DATE: 01/02/2012

2012 National Western Stock Show will feature new, exciting events

The 2012 National Western Stock Show, Jan. 7 to 22, will feature many new, exciting events while still remaining true to the show's 106-year tradition of serving agriculture producers and consumers throughout the world and preserving America's western heritage.


NEWS

Climatologist: La Niña conditions will continue in 2012
Iowa Farm Bureau presents Woman in Agriculture award
Legislative forum planned during Enid Agrifest
Missouri Farm Bureau Ambassadors named
Senators urge Solis to withdraw proposed changes
Trade and export grants available
USDA implements farm bill provisions
USDA launches nutrition SuperTracker
UW students receive $411,900 in ag scholarships
Walk Kansas dates announced

CROPS

Agronomy professor named one of top 150 scientists
Biodiesel industry sets production record
Biotechnology a factor in field crop yield trends
Boulder County agrees to allow some biotech crops
Browns win Excellence in Agriculture Award
Crop insurance rates skyrocket after floods
Crops Performance Test results available
Dry Edible Bean Day set for Jan. 10
Dry subsoil threatens next year's crop performance
Economist: Producers need to watch margins closely
Extension to hold soil fertility update
Fremont Corn Expo offers strategies to remain competitive
Garden City Farm & Ranch Show begins Jan. 26
Governor announces 2012 water policy legislation
High Plains Irrigation Conference set for Jan. 19
Mo. farmers need big winter to make up for drought
More counties join Rural Opportunity Zones partnership
National Sorghum Checkoff Board position open
NDA sponsors poster contest
OFB Public Policy Division announces new leaders
Producers teaching kids about farming
Robots improve efficiency of aerial crop research
Safeguarding soil while producing biomass
Students members learn winemaking in NMSU class
Tips for choosing an ag consultant
Topeka Farm Show celebrates 23rd anniversary
Triumph of Ag Expo returning to Omaha
United Soybean Board elects new leadership
UNL Extension offers private pesticide applicator training
UNL not recommending beets as dryland crop yet
Using whole-grain flour
Weakness in crop prices continues
Wheat checkoff promotes whole wheat consumption in Asia

LIVESTOCK

2012 National Western Stock Show will feature new, exciting events
All American Jersey Shows & Sales leaders selected
Auctioneers to meet in Denver
AYHC invites young know-it-alls to compete in 'Horse Smarts Round-up' at 2012 symposium
Beef Cattle Short Course offered in January
Cattlemen awarded for conservation
Combat cold weather nutritional stress in horses
Consumers have more choices, less Choice beef
Controlling parasites contributes to heifer welfare
Dairy Forum topics include nutrition and policy
Don Stinson is exhibit's featured artist
Federal spending package includes sheep language
Feedlot Forum 2012 set for Jan. 17
Iowa Beef Backer Award presented to restaurant
Lynne Cheney named 2012 Citizen of the West
Montana Stockgrowers hold 127th convention, trade show
National Grange welcomes new officers
National Western continues to look for 'right solution'
National Western Stock Show schedule of events
National Western's Red Meat Club to present award
New resource helps livestock owners
Park County resident found to have mistreated cattle
Prepare before calving season begins
Producers reminded to test herds
Researchers study the effects of distillers grains on beef quality
Rural poll finds concern about animal welfare, doubt about new regulations
Sheep convention registration open
Sheep Inventory Report returns
Show-Me-Select heifers set record price
Tracking beef's shrinking footprint
Winter driving tips for horse owners

EDITOR

National Western leader welcomes Stock Show visitors
Protect the prairie
The unsung hero of wheat

COLUMNS

Birthday of the century
Just a scoop full
MF Global 'debacle' continues to rattle confidence in the marketing chain
New corn hybrids for 2012 season
New corn, soybeans debut for 2012
Where's the beef, revisited
Worrier or warrior?

MARKETS

Aberdeen livestock auction report
Arkansas livestock summary report
Clovis livestock auction summary
Colorado feeder cattle summary
Dodge City cattle sales report
Grain market close
Grain traders in buying mood
Hay selling steady, some areas slow
Hay trade moderate to active
High Plains slaughter news
Pratt livestock auction report
Salina livestock auction report
Springfield livestock market report
Texas Direct feeder cattle summary
Tulia livestock auction report

RANGE

Prescribed Burn Workshop to be held in Larned
Ranch manager completing 40 years at NMSU research center
Scientists develop Eastern redcedar forage loss calculator
Second Flint Hills Visioning Summit is Jan. 17
UW students sweep regional range competition
Wyo. producers claim World Forage Analysis Superbowl prizes

FAMILY

After holiday's fancy foods relax with a good egg
Burton Place fits city or country
Childproof homes to keep kids safe
Evaluate claims before choosing heater
Extension honor presented
Family taco night with a twist
Give up 100 a day
Healthy baby resources offered
Iowa 4-H Foundation announces new scholarship
Keeping your kitchen clean
K-State to host horticulture events
Landscape tree hazards
Lifestyle-By Joe Kreger
Meditation for 1-2-12
Memories made from trees
Ordering seeds, growing transplants
Raw vegetables not always healthier than cooked
Student leader gives back
Weston County Extension hires 4-H educator
Winter chores abundant in home fruit planting
Year 2012

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