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There is still time to get into the December Trails Horn Showcase Wrap-up edition. Catch Laura at the LWC this weekend or give her a call on Monday.
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By Carey Gillam, Reuters October 21, 2015 | 10:44 am EDT
The battle over whether states can mandate that food containing genetically engineered crops must be labeled moves to the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.
The hearing in the Senate agriculture committee comes after the U.S. House of Representatives in July passed a measure that would block any mandatory GMO labeling by states and instead set a national voluntary standard.
The House bill potentially nullified a measure scheduled to take effect next year in Vermont, which would be the first such mandatory state labeling law. The food manufacturing industry is worried new laws will create consumer confusion and boost costs. Read more...
CORRECTIONS IN HORNS COST YOU MONEYâ€¦.DOUBLE CHECK YOUR ENTRIES IN HORNS!
Correcting errors in HORNS work you submit costs you money! When you enter registration and transfer work in HORNS, validate that work and then CLOSE AND INVOICE that work, all staff does is process the payment and then print out the work. Staff has no way of validating that the information that you enter is correct, we simply print out what you have entered. Correcting certificates is $15.00 which includes staff correcting the information in HORNS, re-printing a corrected certificate and mailing that certificate to you. WHEN SUBMITTING WORK ON HORNS, TAKE YOUR TIME AND VERIFY ALL OF THE DATA THAT YOU ENTERED BEFORE CLOSING AND INVOICING THE WORK. Verifying your work will save you time and money in the long run!
NOTE: If you find that you have made an error AFTER you have Closed and Invoiced the work, the HORNS system will not allow you to correct it. Simply call Rick or Dana and we can correct the work prior to processing.
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Cow Calf Corner
Glenn Selk explains dressing percentage and the impact it may have on a cowâ€™s price at the sale barn