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ISSUE DATE: 01/07/2008

Stock Show promises "Something New" for 2008

From increased entertainment and educational activities to a new world-class horse show, the 2008 National Western Stock Show promises to offer more enjoyment than ever before. The theme for this year's show is "Something New."

Perhaps the biggest new event at this, the 102nd anniversary National Western, will see the top ranch horses in the world compete for the title of world champion in the inaugural American Quarter Horse Association Fort Dodge Versatility Ranch Horse World Championship.


A letter from the President of the NWSS
AFBF membership exceeds 6.2 million--all-time high
Ag Census, Rabbit Stock Show Change
Agriculture searches for its role in new carbon economy
Antioxidants, over time, support aging minds
Arkansas men head north on Chisholm Trail cattle drive
Bill would give state more authority over cloud seeding efforts
Bird flu found at Bangladesh government farm, more than 19,000
By-products symposium rescheduled Feb. 20
Census gives farmers a voice in their future
Chickens can serve as biomedical model for human headaches
Congress delivered an early Christmas present
Eight Midwest ag department heads ask Bush to speed approval of
Energy Workshops scheduled by USDA Rural Development
Farm bill includes provisions to boost sugar, dairy farmers
Feds to mail census forms to America's farmers and ranchers
Feeding ethanol co-products, international markets focus of "Be
First phase of state's fourth wind farm nearing completion
Glomalin- A key to switchgrass ethanol success
Kansas receives USDA emergency conservation program funds
Knee, back pain does not stop this Colorado farmer
K-State professorlooks at next wave of carbon sequestration res
KSU researchers examine food safety education for older adults
Lang re-elected Iowa Farm Bureau president
Malta ranch receives environmental award
Meteorologist says drought still possible despite latest storms
National Beef plants cutting back on production in Liberal, Dod
NDA issues import order for beef, dairy animals
Nebraska Ag Department takes steps to prevent cattle venereal d
NRCS announces retirements
One last ride
President Bush signs energy bill; sets 25x'25 as America's ener
Rain, high grain prices make 2007 a year farmers will remember
RC&D holds annual meeting
Report- rural families spend more on health insurance
State ag boss talks transportation needs
U.S. House of Representatives passes landmark clean energy legi
U.S. Senate passes $286 billion farm bill expanding subsidies f
UW geography, renewable resources students receive Rhoads Schol
VeraSun names CFO Danny Herron to additional role of president
What's different about 2008?


2008 UNL Extension Crop Protection Clinics offered in January
Agricultural researcher receives Faculty Fellow Award
Arkansas Soybean Association announces Jan. 22 seminar
Barley institute branching out
Bugs enlisted to battle invasive plant species
Charlie Cook scheduled to give keynote address at Commodity Cla
Commodity Classic trade show sells out and sets record
Cropland leasing economics
Family plans to turn tree farm into wildlife management area
Farmers weigh conservation against making a profit
Foliar crop product enhances photosynthesis
Kansas demands water cuts, damages for Nebraska's overuse of th
KARL receives major gift from 21st Century Alliance
Land application training field day offered in January at Ogall
Mechanized chili harvesting could ensure future of NM crop
MU program helps Missouri winegrowers brace for next Easter mas
N.M. pecan harvest in full swing
NCGA hails senate passage of the Peru Trade Promotion Agreement
Nebraska pesticide applicator certifications scheduled by UNL E
New Extension hire to help Edwards Aquifer stakeholders find ba
NRCS State Conservationist recognized for distinguished service
OSU to offer grape management course
Pheasants find habitat near hogs
Production starting at largest ethanol plant yet, in Kansas
Ranchers ask school to retain agriculture roots
Scientists re-examine soy diversity
SDCA elects new leadership during annual convention
SDCA members set 2008 policy agenda
Texas High Plains Grain Elevator workshop scheduled Jan. 22
Texas Peanut Producers Board announces election for four direct
The ice storm aftermath
Think beyond grain yields
Today's farmers are just scratching the surface
Upcoming K-State agricultural events
Upcoming KSU agricultural events
USGC, NSP conclude U.S. likely long-term exporter of sorghum to
Wheat Commission provides grants for South Dakota State researc
Wheat management seminar slated for Jan. 28


167 head begin Limousin Visions Quest Round 3
2007 horse show, sale results
2008 Columbia National Show and Sale
AAA releases Spring 2008 Heifer Pregnancy EPDs
American Gelbvieh Association to honor Hall of Fame, Member of
An Evening of Dancing Horses
Angus genetics featured at 2008 National Western Angus Bull Sal
Animal abuse case hits Jackson County's budget
Animal Care, Well-Being- Facts Not Fiction theme of 2008 NIAA A
Area cattlemen should make plans to attend 24th annual 4-State
Barton County Extension to hold no-till fertility school
Beef Extravaganza- Giving high school, community college studen
Beef Industry Issues Forums, Cattle-Fax Outlook seminar headlin
Bison industry poised for strong growth in 2008
Cattle on feed numbers released
Cattle rustling lives on in Texas
Cattle, dairy groups sue Idaho county over feedlot restrictions
Cattlemen seek changes to 20-year-old beef checkoff program for
Cattlemen's College to cover wide range of educational topics
CSU offers feedlot feeding management program
Dairy business is booming across Texas Panhandle
Drought Recovery Year (DRY) herd management seminars set
Emil-Lene's is still the place for great steaks
Estrotect Heat Detection Patches
Feedlot feeding management program set Jan. 16
Feedlot ordered to cull herd due to manure problems
Free-range poultry niche market
Gelbvieh events set for National Western Stock Show
Grandfather got Dose brothers started with cattle
Hartford 1 as strong out as inside
Inaugural Quail Management Distinguished Lectureship set to fly
Jackson area bison vaccinations might begin this winter
Junior livestock shows
Keynote speakers announced for the International Livestock Cong
Livestock at the National Western
Livestock judging team posts good results at Fort Hays judging
Managing Breeds for a Secure Future released by ALBC
Mexican Rodeo Extravaganza
NALF plans 40th anniversary kickoff at NWSS
National Western awards 74 scholarships
National Western hosts AQHA Fort Dodge Versatility Ranch Horse
National Western hosts International Livestock Congress in 2008
National Western serves international visitors
NCBA eager for President's signature on Peru trade deal
NWSS- Animal care and use policy
NWSS junior show features best of the best
Online coverage of Range Beef Cow Symposium now available
Organic sheep rancher carves niche in Iowa
Ranchers invited to SD Stockgrowers area meeting in Kadoka
SD Stockgrowers tour eastern South Dakota
Sheep shearing becoming lost art as Ohio farmers raise hair she
Snow storms didn't dampen 2007 stock show
Southwest Oklahoma high on agritourism hotspot list
Special Limousin feeder-calf sales conclude
Spring semester UNL water lecture series starts Jan. 16
Stock Show is time for all generations
Stock Show parade
Stock Show promises "Something New" for 2008
Stockgrowers disappointed with vote on FTA
Stray voltage may impact your livestock before you know it
Studies reveal checkoff efforts boost demand
SwineCast to provide coverage of Iowa Pork Congress proceedings
USDA to conduct sheep, goat, cattle surveys in January
USMEF- U.S. pork leaders see export potential in Mexico
Website offers advice to livestock and poultry producers coping
Winners named at 2007 Western Nugget National Hereford Show


Reader says packer greed is ugly, not legislation


Abilene Machine PTO Conversion Kits
'Cause I care
Counting down to t-h-i-r-t-y
Loergering Track System


Grain market close
Green Forest livestock sales report
High Plains slaughter news
Holiday slows hay movement
Kansas hay trade moderate
Last trading day of year yields higher bids, except soybeans
Lexington feeder cattle sales report
Lowery wins LMA's fourth regional auctioneer championship in La
Market changes bring market opportunity
NWSS livestock sales schedule
NWSS livestockschedule rhPR1
Pratt 3 p.m cattle sales
Sioux Falls sheep sales
Wyobraska cattle sales


Year end tax planning


Approach ginger gingerly
Black farmers may get another chance at seeking discrimination
FFA fundraiser night at the Blazers
Getting over personal problems
Kay County to host 4-H parent volunteers conference
Make it chili tonight
Planning for those spring gardens
Power outage... is it safe to eat?
Secrets of fish oil compound probed
Stick horse rodeo
Students compete with the pros at Stock Show
Upcoming KSU horticultural events
What to do with your ice-downed trees
Year end tax planning

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