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ISSUE DATE: 10/25/2010

Healthy as a horse

By Kylene Scott

Healthy as a horse, as the old saying goes—but only if your horse can eat. Equine dental care is important to the longevity and healthiness of your horse, but it takes careful execution. No matter the age, horses must have regular dental care in order to maintain healthy working order inside their mouth.


26th Annual Amarillo Farm and Ranch Show starts Nov. 30
Agronomist returns to Extension in executive role
Bee colony deaths linked to virus and fungus
Big Horn Basin Challenge Group aids producer profitability
Chambliss presses EPA administrator
Despite Sherrod spotlight, black farmers denied
FAS details 'Export Programs at Work' report
FDA grant will further food, feed safety
Groups urge CFTC to exempt farm credit from swaps clearing
HOS exemption granted for anhydrous ammonia trucking
Iowa poll results now available
KCBT sets trading volume records in September
Know what changes are coming to Medicare
Marketing your farm business with social media
National Summit of Rural America held at Jefferson College
Professor honored for Extension efforts
Reps call for analysis of GIPSA rule
UNL to host open house
USDA issues annual program payments


AFBF calls for fixing pesticide regulations
ASA participates in Soyatech Summit
Benefits of Planting Winter Canola Examined
BNSF Railway lowers 48-car rates
Climate sparks blight, takes bite out of rice crop
Corn forecast down from last year
Corn growers pleased with E15 approval
Dry planting conditions challenge wheat growers
East Wyo. sugar beet harvest begins
EPA grants E-15 waiver for newer vehicles
Fall Canola Field Tours scheduled
Festival of Breads website seeks contest recipes
Good weather, better pace for Nebraska harvests
Growers experiment with white sorghum
Harvest is ahead of schedule
Kansas Wheat Commission Issues Call for Research Proposals
Lack of rain hampers wheat emergence
Man rescued from elevator grain bin in SD
Missouri Corn council chairman named
NAWG names new farm policy director
Pecan industry faces increasing export demand
Rising corn prices affect Iowa ethanol, cattle
Seedbeds, pastures in need of rain
Texas rice farmers hopeful for end to Cuba embargo
Universities offer Crop Insurance Workshops
USDA seeks feedback on meeting biofuels goal
Workshop targets prospective wine-grape growers


Animal Welfare is Basis of Sound Animal Husbandry
Baucus visits China promoting open beef markets
Beef checkoff sets priorities for 2011
Beef industry woes may mean poorer meat
Beef Production Convention set for Nov. 23
Beef Quality Summit is a success
Boswell votes to improve agriculture veterinary services in Iowa
Burlington sheep shearing school to be Oct. 25 to 27
CAB feedlot program enrolls 2 million
Cattle group concerned about veterinary rule
Couple says deputy killed their horse
Cows killed when cattle truck overturns
Determining whether calves are sick
Determining winter bedding needs for calves
Fenceline weaning lowers stress
Gelbvieh breeders, owners emphasize cow productivity
Healthy as a horse
Heifer donated to NALJA Corner Post Fund
Helping fall-calving cows and heifers
ICA hires communications director
Junior National Beef Ambassador competition debuts
Keeping rural America prosperous
Matching calf genetics with feed resources
McPherson cattleman to discuss proposed GIPSA rule
Nebraska Cattlemen Team Penning awards presented
Nebraska Cattlemen's Ball fundraiser passes $1million
Nebraska pork a great choice here and abroad
NILE announces Jr. Fed Swine Show results
NILE Club Calf Show results
NSR hires junior activities coordinator
Owner of Iowa egg farm won't testify at hearing
Temple Grandin to speak at K-State Nov. 9
Timed breeding, genetics help earn premium prices
USDA Announces Steps to Maintain Livestock Trade Between the U.S. and Mexico
Using ultrasounds, molecular breeding values as selection tools
UW Extension to host AI school in Riverton
Veterinary medicine students receive honors at Bovine Practitioners Conference
Workshop slated to discuss new rules
Wyoming commercial hog production up


A lesson on my 'new' birthday
Confusion at the pump
Kansas FSA executive director thanks farmers


Good trees
Helping people help themselves
How Walmart's sustainability efforts could impact on-farm production
Just a scoop full
Sounding yet another alarm
Square bale feeders reduce hay waste


Aberdeen cattle sales report
Ada livestock sales report
Ahead of normal harvest
Amarillo livestock sales report
Apache livestock auction report
Arkansas livestock auction summary
Clovis livestock auction report
Colorado feeder cattle summary
Cooler weather experienced
Dalhart livestock sales report
Dodge City cattle sales report
Dry conditions taking toll on wheat conditions
Dry weather continues
Ericson cattle sales report
Faith livestock sales report
Fall weather continues across the state
Farmers continue to stay busy with warm, dry weather
Freezing temps, frost hinder harvest
Ft. Smith livestock sales report
Georgia cattle auction summary
Goldthwaite sheep sales report
Grain bids close lower
Grain market close
Harvest advances with dry weather
Hay prices generally steady
Hay trade moderate to active
High Plains slaughter news
Joplin regional cattle sales
Newell sheep sales report
North Arkansas livestock sales report
OKC West livestock market report
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales report
Pratt livestock sales report
Salina cattle sales report
Seedbeds, pastures in need of rain
Sorghum harvest just getting started
South Central direct sheep
Springfield livestock auction report
St. Onge livestock sales report
Tulia livestock sales report
Tulsa livestock sales report
Warm, dry weather holds steady, harvest moving quickly
West Plains regional cattle sales
Winter wheat struggling
Woodward livestock sales report
Wyobraska cattle sales report


NMSU breaks ground on Southwest Center for Rangeland Sustainability
Prescribed Burning Workshop planned


A garden vegetable with holiday spirit
Amarillo Farm and Ranch Show donates 100 percent of proceeds to FFA
Contemporary styling makes Buccaneer pleasing
Controlling Asian lady beetles
Easy ways to shop for food an a budget
Frightfully good treats
Halloween is a pumpkin scene
Help decorative pumpkins last
Kansas 4-H project to feed thousands
Keep garden active through winter
Meditation for 10-25-10
Preparing bermudagrass for winter
Spiders and pumpkins and bats, oh my!
Steer-Aid program to help 4-H, FFA youth
Texas quail join social media trend

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