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  • Records broken at Governor’s Charity Steer Show
    Records were broken at the 33rd annual Governor’s Charity Steer Show, which raised $224,584 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Iowa.  This year’s event featured the second-highest selling auction, including the highest selling steer to date at $31,000. 
  • Tyson to stop beef production at Iowa plant
     The company will permanently cease beef operations at its plant in Denison, Iowa, to better align its overall production capacity with current cattle supplies. 
  • Study: Great Plains ag greenhouse gas could be eliminated
    Researchers from the Natural Resource Ecology Lab at Colorado State University and their partners have completed a historical analysis of greenhouse gas emissions from the U.S. Great Plains that demonstrates the potential to completely eliminate agricultural greenhouse gas emissions from the region.
  • Montana Running Ranchers take beef message on 200-mile relay
    Twelve members of the Montana Running Ranchers relay team took part in the Ragnar Relay Series Northwest Passage race. The team finished the race in just under 27 hours, placing 26th in the division, out of 354 teams.
    
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  • Dogs and kids help grant wishes for SD kids
    The association’s annual dog trials will be held September 2 and 3 during the South Dakota State Fair in Huron, S.D. While handlers and their dogs will compete for payouts in three classes, association members believe new features at the free events will encourage more fairgoers to take part. 
  • Records broken at Governor’s Charity Steer Show
    Records were broken at the 33rd annual Governor’s Charity Steer Show, which raised $224,584 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Iowa.  This year’s event featured the second-highest selling auction, including the highest selling steer to date at $31,000.  
  • A new technique developed by a Kansas State University researcher helps estimate the movement of beef cattle to determine the risk of disease. 
  • This exciting conference is set to take place October 2-4 at the Crowne Plaza in Billings, MT. YALC is a collaborative effort between nine of Montana’s agricultural organizations, offering attendees a chance to take part in various workshops, discuss current ag issues, meet with industry leaders and network with fellow young people who live Montana agriculture. 
  • A Whitehall, Mont rancher along with the Montana Department of Livestock wants to find whoever is responsible for illegally slaughtering a Black Angus steer calf last week. 
  • Top five nominees (in alphabetical order): Cellar Bar & Grill – Kearney, NE; Goonie’s Kozy Keno Bar – Terrytown, NE; Sozo American Cuisine – Kearney, NE; Stella’s Bar & Grill – Bellevue, NE and Union Bar – Gering, NE. 
  • The North Dakota CattleWomen (NDCW) and its partners will showcase the heart-healthy benefits of beef during the 4th annual “Beefin’ It Up; Fuel for the Finish” 5K Run/Walk and 10K Run on Oct. 3, 2015 in Mandan. 
  • “Sampson” rules Iowa State Fair’s 2015 Super Bull contest
    The winner of the Iowa State Fair’s “Super Bull Contest” is a Red Angus bull named “Sampson.” Sampson is owned by the Jim & Danelle Skartvedt and family of Atlantic. 

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