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One Panhandle ranch manager is liquidating 90 percent of his cattle, because there’s not enough grass to support them.
West Texas has had a long and often contentious relationship with nuclear waste, stretching back to a years-long battle over a planned permanent waste site in the 1980’s and 90’s. Opponents eventually won that fight, but a different site was later … Continue reading
The USDA has rescinded a 2012 ban on inspectors working at what was until two years ago the largest single point-of-entry for Mexican cattle into the United States. The lifting of the ban signals a small but significant shift in … Continue reading
18 months ago the USDA said it wouldn’t allow its cattle inspectors to enter Mexico at the Presidio-Ojinaga crossing. Those inspectors had been crossing the border without problems for years to ease the flow of cattle from Mexico. They’d go to … Continue reading