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Read previews or recaps of beef industry meetings, conferences or seminars. Coverage often includes photos and speaker interviews.

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In only two of the past 15 years has the U.S. cattle inventory actually increased over the previous year, raising the question – just when will the trend of fewer domestic cattle come to an end?

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Global demand for beef has jumped, said CattleFax export specialist Brett Stuart, as countries around the world climb out of the recession faster than the U.S. economy. Stuart presented export analysis to producers during the CattleFax 2011 Outlook Seminar held in Denver, Colorado, Feb. 4 at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association annual convention.

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Cattlemen may not like how enormous amounts of feed production goes into ethanol plants, but it’s a trend that isn’t slowing down. Mike Murphy of CattleFax said within one to three years the amount of corn used for ethanol will exceed the amount of corn used toward food production.

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Casey Anderson, manager of the OX Ranch near Bear, Idaho, doesn’t measure the recovery of wolves in the same perspective as federal agencies, which follow merely the number of dens and pups.

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Economic demands on feed and oil, international monetary policy, and the growing segment of urban consumers were some of the themes presented at the Intermountain Rangeland Symposium, held Jan. 13 and 14 in Twin Falls, Idaho.

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TULARE, Calif - The 44th annual World Ag Expo 2011, Tools for Agri-Business, will run Feb. 8-10 at the International Agri-Center show grounds in Tulare, Calif. An estimated annual average of 100,000 attendees from 72 countries are expected to attend World Ag Expo this year.

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