After a three year battle, a symbol of the American west—the cattle brand—will be preserved in new rules governing livestock identification.
Originally published on Fri December 28, 2012 1:35 pm
You've heard of the "fiscal cliff," but have you heard of the milk cliff"?
If Congress doesn't take action in the next four days, milk prices could shoot up dramatically.
The Greeley Tribune is reporting that the number of hay theft cases have doubled this year from seven to 15. That’s on top of an estimated six instances of theft in next door Larimer County in 2012.
Originally published on Tue December 11, 2012 9:06 am
Cats were everywhere. Fifty or so of them. In the house. On the lawn. Sunning themselves on the wall surrounding the property.
Most were six-toed — making them polydactyls. That's different. The cats you usually see have five toes on each paw in the front. Four on each in the back.
A new U.S. Department of Agriculture report says winter wheat conditions are the worst they've been since 1985. It’s the fourth straight week that the outlook for the country’s winter wheat farmers has declined.