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Dinner ideas for our potluck?

Hi all! I have ended up double booked for Tuesday, April 14th is also the day of District Floriculture. I had it recorded as starting at 1:00, which it usually does, but found out it wont start until 3:30 so there is no way for me to make it back in time for our meeting. […]

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Henley FFA notes

Hello FFA Supporters! Some FFA updates for you…. · Turkeys: We still have 60 turkey gift certificates available. Since we are down to the final weeks that these gift certificates are still good before expiring on April 30th, we have discounted the price of each size by $10. See the flyer attached. FYI…this makes them […]

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Shasta Livestock sale April 3

RECEIPTS: This Week: 336 Last Week: 604 COMPARED TO LAST WEEK: Slaughter cows steady. Few bulls $8 higher. Special pair & feeder sale next week so low numbers this week. 3-1 steers to heifers, steady to $5 higher. Off lots and singles $25-$50 below top. SLAUGHTER COWS: High Dress Low Dress Breakers: 101.00-107.00 108.00-117.00 Boneing: […]

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Jackson County Stockmen’s Association of March 11 meeting

Jackson County Stockmen’s Association Minutes March 11th, 2015 Monthly Meeting Black Bear Diner Medford, Oregon I. Called to order by President Bob Damon @ 7:00pm II. Pledge of Allegiance III. Reading of minutes dismissed IV. Treasurer’s Report Dismissed due to the absence of Jeremy Kennedy V. Old Business: • By Laws-Copy of proposed changes handed […]

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Jackson County Stockmen’s Association agenda for April 9 meeting

Jackson County Stockmen’s Association Meeting Agenda April 9th 2015 Black Bear Diner Medford, Oregon I. Secretary’s Report II. Treasurer’s Report III. Old Business a. Producer Workday Report b. Heritage Night Update c. June Meeting d. By-Laws Discussion IV. New Business a. Committee Reports V. Further Business VI. Adjourn

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2015 Oregon FFA Job interview Career Development Event

2015 Oregon FFA Job interview Career Development Event The Oregon FFA Job interview Career Development Event was held at Silverton Union High School, on Saturday, March 21, 2015. First place individual for the event was Ellie Puttman of the Crater FFA Chapter. Elli will be moving on to represent Oregon at the National FFA Convention […]

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March 20 Shasta livestock sale

RECEIPTS: This Week: 1045 Last Week: 467 COMPARED TO LAST WEEK: Slaughter cows & bulls mostly steady. Very few cattle under 450#. Steers under 600 $5-$10 lower on smaller lots, over 600 $5-$10 higher. Heifers $5-$15 higher. Off lots & singles $30-$60 lower. SLAUGHTER COWS: High Dress Low Dress Breakers: 107.00-115.00 116.00-123.00 113.00-123.00 Boneing: 100.00-106.00 […]

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Honorary state chapter FFA degree

March 7, 2015 On behalf of the Oregon FFA Association, we wish to thank you for your long-time support of our organization. It is because of the partnerships we develop with people such as yourself that the FFA is able to grow and prosper. It is our privilege to inform you that you have been […]

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Shasta Livestock Sale February 6

RECEIPTS:                     This Week: 816 Last Week: 2605 COMPARED TO LAST WEEK: Slaughter cows steady on fleshy cows and $8-$10 higher on feeder cows. Not a good test on feeders on light supply. Light calves $20-$40 lower. Off lots & singles $30-$60 below top offerings. SLAUGHTER […]

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tomato seedlings sprouting

last weekend I placed some seeds inside this little seed starter in my greenhouse.  The first of February always seems to be the correct time to start tomato plants, giving them time to grow and begin to mature before they get set out into the garden. I placed seeds for Brandywine variety and they have […]

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