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NASCAR DAD Joe Varner : Cattle Thief ?
Joe Varner age 52 of Pierz, Minn was arrested for theft of 188 head of cattle. He owns 15 livestock auction barns in Minn, So Dak, and No Dak. Joel Heitcamp of KFGO hit this story hard on Friday. Farm... Posted on 6/27/09 at 6:32 PM
RICHARDTON, N.D. (AP) — A Roman Catholic monastery in western North Dakota is ending a century-old practice of raising cattle because of a lack of monks with cowboy skills.
The Assumption Abbey in Richardton intends to sell its herd of about 260 cows and rent pastures to other ranchers, monastery officials told the Dickinson Press.
BISMARCK (AP) — Korean investors and North Dakota cattle ranchers plan a $90 million beef plant in the state that could process about 1,200 animals each day for overseas and domestic markets.
The Kim and Price Corp. plant would export about 60 percent of its beef to South Korea and sell the rest in the U.S. North Dakota Beef Exports already has accepted letters of intent for nearly 450,000 animals from North Dakota and surrounding states, spokesman Roger Hoyum told The Bismarck Tribune.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Given the chance to go on a 6,000-mile, 21st century, aerial cattle drive, what would be the natural response?
“We said, ‘Yeah, what the hell?’” said Donny Wald, who along with his brother, Tom Wald, recently accompanied 170 cows in a 747-200 cargo jet from Fargo to the Central Asian city of Astana, Kazakhstan.
By Christopher Bjorke, The Bismarck Tribune
, November 22, 2010
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