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Market Report: December 17, 2014

Sales Yards, Grain Market

Cottonwood Livestock Auction — December 12 2014 ...

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Four feet at a time: Kooskia horseshoer learns from his experiences

“I really love my job, I get to go to different places and meet different people,” smiled Shane Hendren.

Market Report: December 10, 2014

Grain Market & Cottonwood, Lewiston Sales Yards

Market reports for Idaho County.

Market Report: December 3, 2014

Grain Market & Cottonwood, Lewiston Sales Yards

Cattle Market Comments: Steady on light test due to the holiday; 675 head sold. Feeder Sale, Dec. 3. Steers: 300-400 lbs., ...

Market Report: November 26, 2014

Sales Yards, Grain Market

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Market Report: November 19, 2014

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Market Report: November 5, 2014

Sales Yards, Grain Market

Steady on all classes, lite test on calves and yearlings; 1,760 head sold.

Market Report: October 28, 2014

Sales Yards, Grain Market

Cattle Market Comment: Light calves - steady to stronger; Heavy feeders, $1 to $3 lower; 893 head sold. Next Sale, Oct. 31. Steers: 200-400 lbs., 260 to 299; 400-500 lbs.,...

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Cottonwood livestock auctions Oct. 17, Lewiston livestock auctions Oct. 15, and Grangeville grain market Oct. 21.

Market Report: October 15, 2014

Sales Yards, Grain Market

GRAIN MARKET GRANGEVILLE (Primeland Co-op) October 13, 2014 Wheat (bu.) $5.76

Market Report: October 8, 2014

Sales Yards, Grain Market

Cattle Market Comments: Steady to $5 higher on light test; 433 head sold. Special Calf and Feeder Sale, Oct. 8. Steers: 300-400 lbs., 285 to 305...

Market Report: October 1, 2014

Grain Market & Cottonwood, Lewiston Sales Yards

Cottonwood Livestock Auction — September 26, 2014 Cattle Market Comment: Market steady on light test; 206 head sold...

Market Report: September 24, 2014

Sales Yards, Grain Markets

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Cattle Market: Market too light to test.

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Sheep Fire still smoldering for local ranchers two years later

“It’s quite the risk,” said Jim Rupp, about ranching. Rupp and his family were sharply reminded just how risky two years ago when a fire roared over their private and leased ground.

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