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    Oldtimer admits MCOOL is a crock

    We are all grateful Oldtimer has seen the light. Consumers are loyal to a certain price/quality equation.
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    Animal protein found in US feed

    I found 2 dead birds in some oats I purchased last week. This oats was born, raised, and harvested in the US. Made me think how Canada keeps getting the shaft by the doomsayers down here.
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    Bill Bullard quote

    OVER HERD! How science based is this?? Bill Bullard was heard at a meeting in Missouri telling a cattle producer the following: "If I have to eat Canadian beef, I would rather eat no beef at all." Promoting not eating beef? What agenda is being promoted? A one based on science or one based...
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    MCOOL?

    If the American consumer starts believing R-CALF's BSE propaganda, will they pursue other options? Argentine Beef One the food trends mentioned in Food & Wine magazine is Argentinean beef, loved by many "hot" restaurants, such as Ciudad in Los Angeles, Rattlesnake Club in Detroit and...
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    Lies of Bullard and Johnny Smith exposed (again)

    Press release after press release Bullard and the sale barn jockies (market reports) get away with outright lies. This guy makes another candid point. If any of the R-CALF followers can refute this, have at it. R-CALF's Bullard Misses the Points Buzzwords Don't Paper Over Gaps in Facts &...
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    Sandy (pants) Berger pleads guilty on classified documents

    Ex-National Security Adviser to Plead Guilty to Taking Classified Material Friday, April 01, 2005 WASHINGTON — Sandy Berger, who was President Clinton's top national security aide, has acknowledged taking classified documents from the National Archives and cutting them up with scissors, law...
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    Yoshi Tsuchiya Answers Questions: Exporting Beef To Japan

    Cattle Seat: Yoshi Tsuchiya Answers Questions About Exporting Beef To Japan Does Japan Need To Import Food? Yes, Japan needs to import approximately 60% of its calories from other countries. Does Japan Need The United States To Supply Them With Food? Japan currently imports a...
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    HOME TOWNED ---PART II

    HOME TOWNED ---PART II The fat lady has yet to sing and the border saga continues. The markets watch, wait and listen while traders respond to rumors, announcements and speculation. It is not a time for the faint of heart. Futures and cash prices have shown the ability to move $7-8 at the...
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    R-CALF Runs Ad in the "Washington Post"

    Another Step Closer R-CALF Runs Ad in the "Washington Post" Further ratcheting up their campaign, R-CALF on Tuesday, March 15 placed an ad in the Washington Post raising questions and uncertainties about "mad cow," taking their message directly to the American public. Using words and phrases...
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    Japanese Officials Tell R-CALF Actions Will Delay Re-opening

    by James Wiesemeyer, Inside Washington Today Today 3/15/2005 4:34:00 PM Cattle Alert: Japanese Officials Tell R-CALF Actions Will Delay Re-opening Border R-CALF placed a half-page lobby-type ad in today's Washington Post, thanking the U.S. Senate for passing a resolution (52-46) that...
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    President Reagan Showed the Way for Ages to Come

    President Reagan Showed the Way for Ages to Come By Dennis Durband, Editor June 10, 2004 When I think back to the late 1970s, the picture that comes up is one of dreariness. It is not just my memory of Midwestern winters. The national mood accompanying that picture can appropriately be...
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    Harding Co Girls 8th place in SD state B's

    Congrats to HC girls BB team! They are a young hard working team with great parents. Wait 'til next year!
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    One of eznow's heroes

    Former Ku Klux Klansman Sen. Robert Byrd said Thursday that he decided to leave the anti-black terrorist group in 1946 after becoming a born-again Christian, adding that the only reason he used the "N"-word in a 2001 television interview is because he'd heard black leaders say it. Asked why...
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    French Customs

    French Customs A group of Americans, retired teachers, recently went to France on a tour. Robert Whiting, an elderly gentleman of 83, arrived in Paris by plane. At French Customs, he took a few minutes to locate his passport in his carry on bag. "You have been to France before, monsieur?"...
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    Pickup Bale Bed

    Has anyone priced a new or used Bale bed lately? Do you have a preference?
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    HOME TOWNED

    HOME TOWNED Canadian beef producers were not expecting the ruling by Judge Richard Cebull on Thursday, when he issued an injunction stopping the movement of cattle from Canada into the United States scheduled for March 7. A closer look might have revealed a close relationship between the...
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    I'm my own grandpa

    Many many years ago when I was twenty three, I got married to a widow who was pretty as could be. This widow had a grown-up daughter Who had hair of red. My father fell in love with her, And soon the two were wed. This made my dad my son-in-law And changed my very life. My daughter was my...
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    Paying for MCOOL

    Paying For COOL By Clint Peck Senior Editor May 1, 2003 12:00 PM E-mail this article With mandatory country-of-origin-labeling (COOL) legislation just around the corner, the entire beef industry is scrambling to see who's going to foot the bill for labeled beef. Until recently, there's...
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    HAYMAKER, don't quit your UFO abduction insurance yet...

    You may be a Liberal if … You believe "Captive Supply", is a military phrase. You think, the U.S. needs a sign on the Texas-Mexico border that reads, "Watch for police batons & hungry corrientes next 50 miles." You want Congress to buy a condom for the Virgin Islands. You think talk radio is...
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    Canadian Ranchers See Politics in Beef Blockade

    Canadian Ranchers See Politics in Beef Blockade NewsMax.com Wires Friday, March 4, 2005 TORONTO -- Some call it protectionism, others payback. But ranchers in Western Canada agree the U.S. ban on Canadian beef is no longer about mad cow disease. The Senate voted Thursday to overturn...
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