3/18/2017 8:29:00 PM/Categories: General News, Today's Top 5, People in Ag, Livestock, National News
Source: American Sheep Industry
3/19/2017 7:07 AM
Centuries-old "tradition". By their standards, we should still have sails, and and muzzle loading cannons on our war ships. Time to get with the program. The new ones are most likely lighter, less restrictive, and warmer than the "old" coats. Now I wonder, Where do all the old ones go? If they are as good as the wool industry says they are, they should still be in service. If sailors take them home, when leaving the service, that could mean they were, at one time, liked, and useful. That could mean maybe the general public would BUY a few, with the right kind of advertising. Don't be afraid to change. Quit depending on the taxpayer to finance your business. Work a little bit harder like most other businesses.
U.S. Senator Steve Daines recognized Chris Kolstad of Liberty County for his years of dedication to Montana agriculture.
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The Council recognized Mattelin for five years of service during the organization’s 15th International Marketing Conference and 58th Annual Membership Meeting in Houston, Texas.
Water rights are the cornerstone of our agricultural economy and without action on the Compact, the consequences for water users, farmers, and ranchers will be dire.