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High Plains Publishers Inc

Farm and ranch magazine with farm equipment classifieds covering the major crops of wheat, corn, cotton, soybeans, sorghum and cattle and hog breeds.
Address1500 E Wyatt Earp Blvd Dodge City, KS 67801-7001
Phone(620) 227-7171
Websitewww.hpj.com
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By Larry Dreiling
A large focus of the recent Texas Cattle Feeders Association's annual convention in Oklahoma City was adding to the flood of comments to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration's proposed regulations on contract meat production.
As part of the 2008 farm bill, language was included directing GIPSA to issue regulations regarding poultry and swine contracts; arbitration use in contracts; and to establish criteria for the secretary to consider in determining whether an undue or unreasonable preference or advantage has occurred in violation of the Packers and Stockyards Act.
Nearly a year after the congressionally mandated deadline for release, GIPSA finally released their proposed rule on June 22. As an affiliate of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, TCFA is joined in NCBA's concerns tha tmany of the provisions in this rule are based on proposals and amendments that were defeated by Congress during debate on the 2008 farm bill. The components of this proposed rule hurt producers and could drastically change the way cattle are marketed in the United States. [Read More]

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For Sale: GTO, broke to lead

The first car that truly fascinated me was the Pontiac GTO. It was one of the flashy muscle cars of the 1960s and

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To the winners go the drawing tools

Former Rep. Charlie Stenholm knows what it's like to be "drawn" out of a job. The fiscally conservative, "Blue Dog" Democrat from Abilene,

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In a small town like Woodbine, you can count on a few things never changing. Directions are given using the grain elevator as

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By Kylene Scott , as the old saying goesbut only if your horse can eat. Equine dental care is important to the longevity and

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Preventing a repeat
Often history repeats itself--maybe not exactly in the same way, but a similar one. More often than not, we can learn from those

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By Larry Dreiling A large focus of the recent Texas Cattle Feeders Association's annual convention in Oklahoma City was adding to the flood

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By Jennifer Carrico When Henry Wallace developed hybrid corn, he was thinking about how it would help farmers. But he likely didn't

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Fall harvest sets record in Kansas

Kansas always will be known around the world as the wheat state, but corn is definitely king this fall. Kansas' corn growers are

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For 36 consecutive years, Litchfield, Neb., has been home to the Dads, Lads and Lassies Hunt. Once again I had the privilege of

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(Nov. 3)--One of my older boys wanted me to give him a haircut the other evening. Well, I found the scissors but could

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