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It’s no secret that cattle producers have generous hearts, and one program that is clearly showcasing this is Beef Counts, the first-known program of its kind that provides a means for Idaho’s beef producers to assist less-fortunate consumers right in their own backyards.

Described by the Idaho beef industry as a multi-faceted public relations and community-help campaign, Beef Counts brings together all of Idaho’s beef industry in partnership with the Idaho Foodbank, to provide nutrient-rich beef to help end hunger in Idaho.

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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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Australia
Queensland graziers are warning it may be months before they know how many cattle were killed by the flooding that plagued many areas of northeastern Australia from late December through late January.

Damaged roads and fuel shortages severely hampered efforts to assess the damage.

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Corbitt Wall feeder cattle report for Feb. 25

Stockmanship guru Curt Pate and Texas A&M University beef specialist Ron Gill discuss stockmanship tips from their seminar at the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Convention and Trade Show in Denver, Colorado, on Feb. 4, 2011.