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Market to Market October 24, 2008 (#3408)


In the News

  • Judges Hear Case on Hatchery vs Wild Salmon
    (Oct 24, 2008) SEATTLE (AP) -- A panel of federal appellate judges is being asked to decide whether the government should count hatchery-raised salmon and steelhead when considering the fish populations for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
  • Wisconsin Goes After Texas Man Over Wild Pigs
    (Oct 24, 2008) SENECA, Wis (AP) -- Southwestern Wisconsin in October is close to paradise: crimson-tinged bluffs, rolling ridge-top fields, peace and quiet.
  • Hawaii Outlines Renewable Energy Goals
    (Oct 24, 2008) HONOLULU (AP) -- Hawaii's largest utility has signed on to a plan to move the state away from dependence on fossil fuels for electricity and ground transportation.
  • Six Charged with Abuse No Longer Employed
    (Oct 24, 2008) DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Six farm employees were charged with animal abuse and neglect Wednesday in connection with a video obtained by an animal-rights group that showed workers abusing pigs.
  • Smithfield, JBS Complete Deal
    (Oct 24, 2008) MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Smithfield Foods Inc said Thursday it has completed the sale of its beef business to Brazilian beef giant JBS SA.