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ISSUE DATE: 07/21/2008

Order that stopped CRP grazing continues to be a problem

A U.S. District Court judge issued a temporary restraining order that stopped emergency haying and grazing of Conservation Reserve Program acres.

Judge John C. Coughenour of the U.S. District Court of the Western District of Washington, Seattle, late July 8, granted the order against the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Farm Service Agency, effectively stopping the Critical Feed Use provisions set forth.


NEWS

AFBF- Truck weight laws leave farmers in the lurch
AgriLife Extension offers Aug. 12 deer food plot workshop in Brownwood
Alan Kurk named AgriLife information technology director
Brown County farmer sees there is always somebody downstream
CDA lab expanding food safety tests
Colorado ranchers won't be affected by land lawsuit
Critical situation for ranchers
Crop and livestock research, wind energy update part of SAREC field day July 24
Crop production report released
Drought has a death grip on the Oklahoma Panhandle
Emotion versus logic on the Conservation Reserve
Ethanol and food production- What's the connection?
First Borlaug scholar award, internship presented to ISU junior
IFBF- Balancing food, fuel demands while protecting Iowa's watersheds
Iowa man faces neglect charges after pigs die
Iowa schools fail to meet agricultural industry's needs
Judge extends restraining order on CRP acres
Judge issues restraining order stopping emergency CRP grazing
Judge keeps imports of older Canadian cattle
KFB's beef verification solution now offers more radio frequency ID tag choices
K-State ag Risk and Profit Conference to offer topics on global, local issues
K-State's Food Science Institute takes a progressive approach to food safety and security
Most Kansas counties now approved for CRP emergency grazing
National Wildlife Federation responds to criticism
New Iowa hockey team to provide boost to Iowa pork promotion
Oklahoma producers urged to apply for popular conservation
Order that stopped CRP grazing continues to be a problem for officials, producers
Organizations respond to restraining order
Producers face tough decisions regarding restraining order on CRP grazing
Rancher shoots wolf that was threatening cattle
Representatives hear constituents' CRP concerns
Retail food prices rise slightly in second quarter
Rock named cotton IPM agent in Rio Grande Valley
Scholarships available for women to K-State's Risk and Profit Conference
Selk receives Extension award
Senators push to block Argentine livestock imports
Small grains reach ripening stages
Snails slime cotton fields in Jefferson and Desha counties
South Korean opposition to end boycott
Sustainable Grass Tour Aug. 7 and 8 in Weld County
Texas teens gather at Capitol for State 4-H Congress
Texas wheat production down 25 percent from last year
Texhoma livestock sales
Thousands to attend OSU animal science field days
Treasure Valley growers take new approach on locally grown
U.S. beef goes on sale in South Korea as protests continue
U.S. pork sets another export record
Upcoming K-State agricultural events
Update your offspring records
USDA approves Nebraska Beef changes after recall
USDA releases CRP land in flood regions for grazing
USDA to name retailers during recalls
Watertown livestock sales
Waynoka FFA particpates in Alumni Leadership Camp
Wheat harvest reaches 95 percent complete
Wilson named KSU assistant ag dean for academic programs

CROPS

2008 P.I.E. Program tours set
Active trading brings steady to firm prices in most areas
AFBF- Corn stocks in USDA report higher than expected
Alabama farmers plant corn, wheat instead of cotton
Alan Kurk named AgriLife information technology director
Assessments serve vital role in WRAPS process
Brown County farmer sees there is always somebody downstream
Colorado ranchers won't be affected by land lawsuit
Corn, soybean bids sharply lower
Cotton Growers Warehouse Association elects officers
Council to hold annual meeting with Energy Conference
Cowley County rancher always wanted to be a cowgirl
Crop and livestock research, wind energy update part of SAREC field day July 24
Crop production report released
Drought conditions continue to plague producers
Drought has a death grip on the Oklahoma Panhandle
Dry weather, heat continue to stress livestock, crops
Emotion versus logic on the Conservation Reserve
Expert panel to discuss new state regulations on irrigation, water conservation
Farmers in southern Kansas eager to harvest wheat
Farmers, ranchers receive contracts for good soil stewardship
Federal cotton program works, expenditures declining
FiberMax honors One Ton Club growers
Gannaway retires after 46 years in the cotton industry
Get Intense About Wheat- Kansas Wheat Conference Aug. 5 and 6 in Hutchinson
Grain market close
Grants available online for on-farm energy projects
Grape and wine council to meet July 17
Great Plains Diagnostic Network takes on plant disease, one sample at a time
Harvest gaining momentum in southern counties
Harvest moving along; still behind last year
IFBF- Balancing food, fuel demands while protecting Iowa's watersheds
Judge extends restraining order on CRP acres
Judge issues restraining order stopping emergency CRP grazing
Kansas wheat production up 3 percent from June forecast
K-State ag Risk and Profit Conference to offer topics on global, local issues
Larger than expected corn crop should doom Perry's ethanol request
Late spring shifts activities of miller moths, other insects
Modeling erosion damage from ephemeral gullies
Moderate to strong demand for all types of hay
Most Kansas counties now approved for CRP emergency grazing
National Wildlife Federation responds to criticism
NCC Vice Chairman Jay Hardwick to lead cotton leadership delegation in exchange with China
New publication highlights storage method for wet distillers grains, other corn co-products
NMSU tests vegetation mixture for San Juan Basin gas well recla
Oklahoma producers urged to apply for popular conservation
Order that stopped CRP grazing continues to be a problem for officials, producers
Panhandle received rainfall
Producers face tough decisions regarding restraining order on CRP grazing
Range, pasture conditions decline
Representatives hear constituents' CRP concerns
Rock named cotton IPM agent in Rio Grande Valley
Row crops progress with warm weather
Scholarships available for women to K-State's Risk and Profit Conference
Small grains reach ripening stages
Snails slime cotton fields in Jefferson and Desha counties
Strong crop growth seen
Sustainable Grass Tour Aug. 7 and 8 in Weld County
Texas wheat production down 25 percent from last year
Upcoming K-State agricultural events
Upcoming KSU horticultural events
USDA releases CRP land in flood regions for grazing
Wheat harvest making progress with many delays
Wheat harvest reaches 95 percent complete
Wilson named KSU assistant ag dean for academic programs

LIVESTOCK

Aberdeen cattle sales report
Ada livestock sales report
AgriLife Extension offers Aug. 12 deer food plot workshop in Brownwood
Alan Kurk named AgriLife information technology director
Alexander named SWKC scholarship recipient
Amarillo livestock sales
Angora field day, sale slated for July 24
Apache cattle sales report
Arkansas livestock summary news
Beef Checkoff launches new website
Beef checkoff might go up
Bronze and Silver pins awarded to Katelyn Holmes
Brown County farmer sees there is always somebody downstream
Clovis cattle sales report
Colorado ranchers won't be affected by land lawsuit
Critical situation for ranchers
Crop and livestock research, wind energy update part of SAREC field day July 24
Dalhart livestock sales report
Dodge City livestock sales report
Drought conditions continue to plague producers
Drought has a death grip on the Oklahoma Panhandle
Dry weather, heat continue to stress livestock, crops
Emotion versus logic on the Conservation Reserve
Ericson livestock sales report
Faith livestock sales report
Federal plan to eradicate brucellosis would target Yellowstone Elk
Ft. Smith livestock sales report
Gelbvieh Showmanship Contest sees strong competition
Georgia cattle market summary
Goldthwaite sheep sales
Harvest gaining momentum in southern counties
High Plains slaughter news
Iowa man faces neglect charges after pigs die
Joplin feeder cattle sales
Judge extends restraining order on CRP acres
Judge issues restraining order stopping emergency CRP grazing
Judge keeps imports of older Canadian cattle
KFB's beef verification solution now offers more radio frequency ID tag choices
K-State ag Risk and Profit Conference to offer topics on global, local issues
Lexington cattle sales
Looking at tough decisions
Management practices key to watershed condition
McAlester livestock sales report
Meat goat management workshop slated for Aug. 18 in Lubbock
Moderate to strong demand for all types of hay
Most Kansas counties now approved for CRP emergency grazing
National Wildlife Federation responds to criticism
New American Junior Shorthorn Association board elected
New test should ensure no more Mini-Moos
Newell sheep sales report
NMSU tests vegetation mixture for San Juan Basin gas well recla
North Arkansas livestock sales report
OKC West livestock report
Oklahoma producers urged to apply for popular conservation
Order that stopped CRP grazing continues to be a problem for officials, producers
Organizations respond to restraining order
Panhandle received rainfall
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt livestock sales report
Producers face tough decisions regarding restraining order on CRP grazing
Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue to hold adoption, open house July 20
Rancher shoots wolf that was threatening cattle
Range, pasture conditions decline
Ratliff receives national Young Jersey Breeder Award
Representatives hear constituents' CRP concerns
Row crops progress with warm weather
SD Stockgrowers done with brand inspection contract
Selk receives Extension award
Senators push to block Argentine livestock imports
Sioux Falls sheep sales
Small grains reach ripening stages
South Central direct sheep
South Korean opposition to end boycott
St. Joseph feeder pigs
States set rules for importing cattle from Montana
Strong crop growth seen
Superior video auction report
Sustainable Grass Tour Aug. 7 and 8 in Weld County
Texhoma livestock sales
Thousands to attend OSU animal science field days
Tulia livestock sales report
Tulsa livestock market report
Two Wyoming herds test negative for brucellosis
U.S. beef goes on sale in South Korea as protests continue
U.S. pork sets another export record
Update your offspring records
USDA approves Nebraska Beef changes after recall
USDA releases CRP land in flood regions for grazing
USDA to name retailers during recalls
Watertown livestock sales
West Plains regional cattle sales report
Wheat harvest reaches 95 percent complete
Wilson named KSU assistant ag dean for academic programs
Woodward livestock sales report
Wyobraska cattle sales

EDITOR

Common sense--Not so common
Just a scoop full
No time to backtrack
Reader regrets losing son in Iraq

COLUMNS

Alltech's Symposium hosts three leaders in green debate
CropLife members help in flood disaser recovery
Farm family wins use of combine, equipment for 2008 wheat harvest
Just a scoop full
Kuhn rotary rake
New formula introduced for corn earlage
New livestock feed uses distiller's grains
Open up the CRP?
Telling a Lost Sea chantey
Traveling sprinkler

MARKETS

Aberdeen cattle sales report
Ada livestock sales report
Amarillo livestock sales
Apache cattle sales report
Arkansas livestock summary news
Clovis cattle sales report
Dalhart livestock sales report
Dodge City livestock sales report
Ericson livestock sales report
Faith livestock sales report
Ft. Smith livestock sales report
Georgia cattle market summary
Goldthwaite sheep sales
High Plains slaughter news
Joplin feeder cattle sales
Judge keeps imports of older Canadian cattle
Lexington cattle sales
McAlester livestock sales report
Newell sheep sales report
North Arkansas livestock sales report
OKC West livestock report
Panhandle received rainfall
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt livestock sales report
Sioux Falls sheep sales
South Central direct sheep
South Korean opposition to end boycott
St. Joseph feeder pigs
Superior video auction report
Texhoma livestock sales
Tulia livestock sales report
Tulsa livestock market report
Watertown livestock sales
West Plains regional cattle sales report
Woodward livestock sales report
Wyobraska cattle sales

RANGE

Year end tax planning

FAMILY

Advocate for Kansas' kids earns state 4-H award
Choose snacks to boost health, trim food bill
Cool off with creamy summer desserts
Eleven-year-old enthusiastic about 4-H
Laundry tips can save you time, money
Spectacular lives up to its name
Spring lamb can jump right into your kitchen
Texas teens gather at Capitol for State 4-H Congress
Tomatoes vs spider mites
Waynoka FFA particpates in Alumni Leadership Camp
With summertime in full swing, garden tips to get through heat

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