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Feb 06, 2009

Stimulus Package Is Bad News For The Economy

Once a bright and hopeful prospect, the proposed stimulus package has actually become a negative influence on the U.S....More
Feb 06, 2009

Talk Of A Dairy Buyout Again Surfaces

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and others pushed back hard and quick last week when dairy interests began talking....More
Jan 23, 2009

New Pricing Structure For Ethanol Byproducts?

There was a lot of buzz this week about a report from Texas A....More
Jan 23, 2009

Acting On What We Know

I was giving one of those industry-trends talks the other day, and a lively discussion ensued about our industry’s changing....More
Jan 16, 2009

Election Leaves Radical Left Feeling Their Oats

Pull up the radical Left's websites or listen to their leaders and they’re absolutely giddy about the election results....More
Dec 29, 2008

2009 Outlook Shows Glimpse Of Better Times

2008 has been a challenging and rather exasperating year for cattle producers and nearly everyone else in the economy, says Derrell Peel....More
Dec 29, 2008

Will Canada Win The COOL War In The End?

There’s been quite a bit of publicity regarding Canada and Mexico's frustration over mandatory country of origin labeling (mCOOL) in the U.S. and....More
Dec 29, 2008

Supply Fundamentals Strong; Demand Is Another Issue

The latest cattle-on-feed number was down 6% compared to a year ago; placements were down 5%. Meanwhile, marketings were 9% below last year and 12%....More
Dec 24, 2008

A Cowboy Christmas

There’s something special about a candlelight service, singing “Silent Night” while looking....More
Dec 01, 2008

Is the sky falling, or the sun rising?

Some producers who sold their calves this summer or early fall were delivering calves right alongside sale barn calves in November for as much as a $....More
Nov 01, 2008

Nothing to fear but fear itself

If you aren't at least a little afraid about the general state of our economy, and the global economy for that matter, you haven't been listening to....More
Aug 22, 2008

Korean Market A Long Ways From Back To Normal

Recent industry articles have focused on the fact that Koreans are still buying U.S. beef despite months of avid protests against our product....More
Aug 22, 2008

Would You Be On Your Industry’s Medal Stand?

I haven't gotten the chance to watch much of the Olympics, but I did watch several of Michael Phelps’ swimming....More
Aug 22, 2008

This Market Is On Solid Footing

With all the talk about corn and energy prices, there’s been a lot of focus on the negatives in the marketplace. To be sure, the structural changes in....More
Aug 18, 2008

Plum Island Replacment Facility Headed To Mississippi?

Ever since the department of Homeland Security announced its intentions to create a new National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility and move it from Plum....More
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Troy Marshall

Troy Marshall is a multi-generational rancher who grew up in Wheatland, WY, and obtained an Equine Science/Animal Science degree from Colorado State University where he competed on both the livestock...
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