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Chevy Truck Helps a Cowpoke in Super Bowl Ad

The Chevy Silverado in this Super Bowl ad has enough power to keep hauling heifers around the country until the cows come home, for a whole lot of lovin'.

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Major Burger Chain Cuts Ties with Local Dairy

BOISE -- Fast food giant Burger King will no longer conduct business with a Twin Falls dairy after citing concerns of animal mistreatment. KTVB-TV reported, several workers at Bettencourt Dairies LLC

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Magic Valley Dairy Workers Accused of Animal Abuse

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Three former dairy workers with Idaho's largest dairy operation have been charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty after undercover video shot by an animal rights group showed workers stomping, dragging and beating cows inside a milking barn

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Dairymen Disappointed about No Farm Bill

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The head of the Idaho Dairymens Association says his members are disappointed that  Congress wasn't able to pass a federal farm bill with provisions to help the struggling industry before the election

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Idaho Red Meat Production Drops Dramatically

(AP)The Idaho Cattle Association says the amount of red meat produced in Idaho has declined during the last decade. And the United State Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service says red meat production at Idaho packing plants in October was down 80 percent from the same time last year at 3.5 million pounds.

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Twin Falls County Works On Livestock Control Ordinance

Twin Falls County Commissioners are working on a proposed livestock control ordinance that may help with some of the safety issues involved when livestock get out of their fences and wind up on public roads.  Fines are proposed in the ordinance for livestock owners who persistently do little to keep their livestock from getting out.  A first time violation would could cost violators $50 per day per animal.  The second would cost $100 per day per animal. 

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Dairy Industry Booms In Idaho

There are a lot more cows in Idaho then there were this time last year. According to the most recent statistics from the USDA's National Agricultural Service, the state's number of milk cows jumped 21,000 from March 2010 to March 2011, totaling approximately 575,000 head. As a result, March milk production jumped 11.7 percent from February 2011, totaling 1.08 million pounds. Nati

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