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  •  USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack finalized two rules on Monday that will increase imports of fresh beef from 14 states in Brazil and from Northern Argentina into the United States.  The Secretary's rule would allow imports from South American regions known to have endemic Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) and will likely lower cattle prices in the United States according to the South Dakota Stockgrowers Association.

     

     
  •  Beef producers entice Des Moines metro commuters
    Central Iowa commuters observed beef billboards while traveling throughout the Des Moines metro area during May Beef Month and into part of June Steak Month. 
  • Kansas ranchers win at Beef Improvement Federation event
    Seedstock Producer of Year:?McCurry Angus Ranch, Burrton, Kan. and Commercial Producer of the Year: Woodbury Farms, Quenemo, Kan. 
  • A week remains to nominate delegates to represent each state or district at the 2015 American Angus Association® Convention of Delegates set for Nov. 5 in Overland Park, Kan. 
  • Billy Perrin recieves the Livestock Marketing Association’s Industry Icon Award
    Billy Perrin, Hugo, Okla., was received the Livestock Marketing Association’s (LMA) Industry Icon Award during the 2015 LMA Annual Convention and World Livestock Auctioneer Championship in Waco, Texas. 
  • Big & Rich will play Central States fair
    The Central States Fair is pleased to announce country superstars, Big & Rich, will be performing Monday, Aug. 17 at Black Hills Power Series during the fair. 
  • Proceeds from the sale of the 50,000-acre Y Cross Ranch will be split between the two universities and go toward endowments for agriculture scholarships and internships, the schools announced Wednesday. The ranch is located between Cheyenne and Laramie. 
  • Stetsons and Stilettos raises $20,000 for ag youth
    The NILE Foundation in Montana hosts Stetsons and Stilettos to raise money for Ag youth programs, the main focus being college scholarships. This year the event brought in over $20,000 to be allocated for supporting youth involved in agriculture.  

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