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ISSUE DATE: 06/27/2011

Sale of cow benefits search for a cure

By Jennifer Carrico

It was a rainy day in southern Iowa, but at the Creston Livestock Auction the sun was shining. The seats in the auction ring filled up in anticipation of the sale of "Griff's red cow."

The sale of the cow-calf pair raised over $17,000 for the Relay for Life in memory of 3-year-old Griff's grandmother, Carol Glynn.


NEWS

Ag community concerned with threat to GPS
Ag grants and loans available in Oklahoma
Agriculture finance
AgriLife Extension dedicates livestock barn
Catching up with Roland Harvesting
Come play in the dirt at Ag Hall of Fame
Consumer views on cloned products very diverse
EWP Program funding available
Farm Bureau launches century farms website
Finding interest in a hostile environment
Funds available to assist rural homebuyers
Guide helps keep children safe on farms
Hoffmans hit by hail, spend time in a tornado shelter
KRC executive director to step down
K-State Research and Extension names summer interns
Miseners cutting wheat in Kansas
NCBA supports state opt-out legislation
OFB hires news coordinator
Policy impact on rural health examined
Regional Extension council meeting is June 28
Retirement reception is July 6
Senate begins long road to next farm bill
U.S. farm exports reach all-time high
USCA opposes WTO preliminary ruling
USDA provides disaster recovery aid to 10 states
Vilsack says U.S. can feed a hungry world
Warning: Credit limit approaching
White House Rural Council established

CROPS

A little rain makes a lot of difference
Birds Point floodway crop loss estimated at $85.2M
Blueberries may lower cholesterol
Colorado experiences above normal temperatures
Controlling a bug that kills trees
Cotton drops from Spring high
Extension groups to host Wheat and Stocker Conference
Hutchinson County grows its farmers market
Kansas wheat battling viruses
Kansas wheat harvest slowed by wet weather
NCC supports passage of ag bill
New wheat insect pest found in Colorado
Producers study center-pivot irrigated cotton
Rice Expo set for Aug. 4
Severe weather harms cotton crops
Soybean board announces 'See for Yourself' participants

LIVESTOCK

American CattleWomen to host summer conference
Annual meeting will focus on evolving food systems
ARS honors research scientist
Beef boosters train meat mavens on campus
Beef education focus of Briarwood's Farm Day
Beef farmers issue social responsibility report
Brangus breeders install board members
Cattlemen tour Burlington ranches, present honors
CBB urged to move forward
Drought likely to impact cattle markets for years
Emergency CRP grazing approved
Experts agree fat-free flavored milk is a healthy choice
Extension groups to host Wheat and Stocker Conference
First ranch rodeo to celebrate silver anniversary
Juniors elect officers, compete in field day
Just a scoop full
Kniebel receives Roy A. Wallace Memorial Scholarship
K-State Beef Conference planned for Aug. 16
MBA program reaches milestone in Iowa
NMSU students get an up-close look at equine industry
OSU equine specialist honored
Rainfall may lead to high mosquito numbers
Reese names new state veterinarian
Report identifies priorities for screening milk, livestock products
Sale of cow benefits search for a cure
Spending measure puts GIPSA rule on hold
Stonewall to host hands-on cattle workshop
Study: Multi-paddock grazing is superior to continuous grazing
TAHC to discontinue brucellosis testing at markets
Washable wool now available in US
Weather may lead to worm problems in sheep, goats
Wisconsin hosts Heartland Regional Junior Limousin Show
Work days bring city to the farm

EDITOR

Strategic leaping

COLUMNS

Improving feed efficiency in cattle
Keep your mind in the middle
Last call for ethanol?
Mobile version of website helps growers
New herbicide controls nutsedge
New wheat varieties available this fall
Vaccines get new name, look

MARKETS

Aberdeen cattle sales report
Ada livestock auction report
Amarillo livestock auction summary
Apache livestock auction report
Arkansas livestock auction summary
Back flooding still a concern for Missouri producers
Below average temps limit crop development
Clovis livestock auction report
Colorado livestock auction summary
Cool, wet conditions return
Crop conditions improve in Montana
Dalhart livestock auction report
Dodge City cattle sales report
Dry conditions take toll on New Mexico crops
Dry weather continues to impact Texas crops
Ft. Smith livestock auction report
Georgia cattle auction summary
Grain market close
Grain, soybeans slightly higher, wheat lower
Hay movement mostly steady
Hay trade is moderate
High Plains slaughter news
Joplin livestock auction report
Kansas wheat harvest slowed by wet weather
McAlester livestock auction report
More rain in Iowa
Newell sheep sales report
North Arkansas livestock auction report
Ogallala livestock auction report
OKC West livestock auction report
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt livestock auction report
Springfield livestock auction report
Tulia livestock auction report
Tulsa livestock auction report
USDA releases cattle on feed numbers
West Plains regional cattle sales report
Wheat harvest continued as temperatures soared
Woodward livestock auction report
Wyobraska cattle sales report
Wyoming crops lag behind average due to varied spring weather

RANGE

Huron cattle sales report

FAMILY

Baby's Breath euphorbia withstands heat
Controlling a bug that kills trees
Controlling weeds a challenge
Get your grill on!
KSU summer horticulture events planned
Make your own rain gauge
Malzahn calls for a special lot
Meditation for 6-27-11
Physical activity has no age limit
Randall County 4-Hers plan summer activities
Register now for rural website classes
Self-cleaning plants are a bonus
Smart stuff with Twig Walkingstick
The berries are rolling along!

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