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Climate Change

While I’m not a big believer in ‘Global Warming’, I am a believer in climate change. Our planet has constantly been changing since it was created, and I suspect it will continue. I find it interesting that some scientists make long term predictions based on some very short term records. How many years have we been keeping accurate world wide weather records? I believe that the first weath...
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Agricultural Exodus

I predict an exodus of agricultural producers from California to other parts of the U.S. and abroad in the near future.  Multi-year drought and rapid growth in some areas of the west coast will force those producers to look elsewhere. We welcome these folks to our back yard.  From the west coast dairymen to the nut producers, we have the land, water and climate to make their operations successf...
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California Water Woes

What a disaster shaping up in California! Water Shortage! The worlds 7th largest economy. If you look at Redwood tree rings, you see that some form of drought is more predominant than wetter periods. With all of the water restrictions being put in place and those that will have to be implemented in the future, the rest of us will feel the loss of lettuce, strawberries, nuts etc, for some time t...
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Corn for Ethanol????

Corn for Ethanol?  Anybody watch the commodity markets and see the price of corn decline? It’s a relatively cheap feed again. Good for the livestock industry. I put thousands of miles on my vehicle every year. I really try to avoid gasoline with ethanol. I try to find stations that sell pure gasoline. My mileage improves dramatically and my pickups performance is better, so is the horsepower...
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Got Milk???

Got Milk???  The aftermath of winter storm 'Goliath' was devastating for eastern New Mexico and west Texas.  Thousands of dairy cattle were lost in the blowing and drifting snow.  Thousands more will have to be slaughtered due to frost bite.  With these huge numbers dropping out of production, will we see an increase in the price of milk?  Packers are backed up after the storm and these holst...
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Beef Prices

Anyone gone to the store lately and bought some steaks? Prices seem pretty high. Beef is still my food of choice. I’m still buying it no matter the price. Drought in the western U.S. forced a huge reduction in cattle numbers in recent years. It is going to take years for the ranchers to build their herds back up. It’s still a supply and demand issue.  Now the price of cattle is going down....
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Oil Prices

I don’t know about you, but I have been enjoying the lower fuel prices at the pump. My job requires a lot of miles each week. These reduced fuel prices are giving me more disposable income. Instead of a $100 bill each time I fill up, its between $40 and $50. This is allowing me to either save the difference or spend it on a meal at a nicer restaurant. I live on the edge of an oil producing ar...
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Western Water History

Water west of the Mississippi has long been a valuable resource. The early explorers that mapped our country recognized that water was not as plentiful to the west as it was back to the east. Towns, cattle drives and even railroads were dependent on easily accessible sources of water. Water Rights in the western U.S., for the most part, are based on the Doctrine of Prior Appropriations. This do...
Blog Photo
Climate Change

While I’m not a big believer in ‘Global Warming’, I am a believer in climate change. Our planet has constantly been changing since it was created, and I suspect it will continue. I find it interesting that some scientists make long term predictions based on some very short term records. How many years have we been keeping accurate world wide weather records? I believe that the first weath...
Blog Photo
Agricultural Exodus

I predict an exodus of agricultural producers from California to other parts of the U.S. and abroad in the near future.  Multi-year drought and rapid growth in some areas of the west coast will force those producers to look elsewhere. We welcome these folks to our back yard.  From the west coast dairymen to the nut producers, we have the land, water and climate to make their operations successf...
Blog Photo
California Water Woes

What a disaster shaping up in California! Water Shortage! The worlds 7th largest economy. If you look at Redwood tree rings, you see that some form of drought is more predominant than wetter periods. With all of the water restrictions being put in place and those that will have to be implemented in the future, the rest of us will feel the loss of lettuce, strawberries, nuts etc, for some time t...
Blog Photo
Corn for Ethanol????

Corn for Ethanol?  Anybody watch the commodity markets and see the price of corn decline? It’s a relatively cheap feed again. Good for the livestock industry. I put thousands of miles on my vehicle every year. I really try to avoid gasoline with ethanol. I try to find stations that sell pure gasoline. My mileage improves dramatically and my pickups performance is better, so is the horsepower...
Blog Photo
Got Milk???

Got Milk???  The aftermath of winter storm 'Goliath' was devastating for eastern New Mexico and west Texas.  Thousands of dairy cattle were lost in the blowing and drifting snow.  Thousands more will have to be slaughtered due to frost bite.  With these huge numbers dropping out of production, will we see an increase in the price of milk?  Packers are backed up after the storm and these holst...
Blog Photo
Beef Prices

Anyone gone to the store lately and bought some steaks? Prices seem pretty high. Beef is still my food of choice. I’m still buying it no matter the price. Drought in the western U.S. forced a huge reduction in cattle numbers in recent years. It is going to take years for the ranchers to build their herds back up. It’s still a supply and demand issue.  Now the price of cattle is going down....
Blog Photo
Oil Prices

I don’t know about you, but I have been enjoying the lower fuel prices at the pump. My job requires a lot of miles each week. These reduced fuel prices are giving me more disposable income. Instead of a $100 bill each time I fill up, its between $40 and $50. This is allowing me to either save the difference or spend it on a meal at a nicer restaurant. I live on the edge of an oil producing ar...
Blog Photo
Western Water History

Water west of the Mississippi has long been a valuable resource. The early explorers that mapped our country recognized that water was not as plentiful to the west as it was back to the east. Towns, cattle drives and even railroads were dependent on easily accessible sources of water. Water Rights in the western U.S., for the most part, are based on the Doctrine of Prior Appropriations. This do...
Blog Photo
Climate Change

While I’m not a big believer in ‘Global Warming’, I am a believer in climate change. Our planet has constantly been changing since it was created, and I suspect it will continue. I find it interesting that some scientists make long term predictions based on some very short term records. How many years have we been keeping accurate world wide weather records? I believe that the first weath...
Blog Photo
Agricultural Exodus

I predict an exodus of agricultural producers from California to other parts of the U.S. and abroad in the near future.  Multi-year drought and rapid growth in some areas of the west coast will force those producers to look elsewhere. We welcome these folks to our back yard.  From the west coast dairymen to the nut producers, we have the land, water and climate to make their operations successf...
Blog Photo
California Water Woes

What a disaster shaping up in California! Water Shortage! The worlds 7th largest economy. If you look at Redwood tree rings, you see that some form of drought is more predominant than wetter periods. With all of the water restrictions being put in place and those that will have to be implemented in the future, the rest of us will feel the loss of lettuce, strawberries, nuts etc, for some time t...
Blog Photo
Corn for Ethanol????

Corn for Ethanol?  Anybody watch the commodity markets and see the price of corn decline? It’s a relatively cheap feed again. Good for the livestock industry. I put thousands of miles on my vehicle every year. I really try to avoid gasoline with ethanol. I try to find stations that sell pure gasoline. My mileage improves dramatically and my pickups performance is better, so is the horsepower...
Blog Photo
Got Milk???

Got Milk???  The aftermath of winter storm 'Goliath' was devastating for eastern New Mexico and west Texas.  Thousands of dairy cattle were lost in the blowing and drifting snow.  Thousands more will have to be slaughtered due to frost bite.  With these huge numbers dropping out of production, will we see an increase in the price of milk?  Packers are backed up after the storm and these holst...
Blog Photo
Beef Prices

Anyone gone to the store lately and bought some steaks? Prices seem pretty high. Beef is still my food of choice. I’m still buying it no matter the price. Drought in the western U.S. forced a huge reduction in cattle numbers in recent years. It is going to take years for the ranchers to build their herds back up. It’s still a supply and demand issue.  Now the price of cattle is going down....
Blog Photo
Oil Prices

I don’t know about you, but I have been enjoying the lower fuel prices at the pump. My job requires a lot of miles each week. These reduced fuel prices are giving me more disposable income. Instead of a $100 bill each time I fill up, its between $40 and $50. This is allowing me to either save the difference or spend it on a meal at a nicer restaurant. I live on the edge of an oil producing ar...
Blog Photo
Western Water History

Water west of the Mississippi has long been a valuable resource. The early explorers that mapped our country recognized that water was not as plentiful to the west as it was back to the east. Towns, cattle drives and even railroads were dependent on easily accessible sources of water. Water Rights in the western U.S., for the most part, are based on the Doctrine of Prior Appropriations. This do...
Blog Photo
Climate Change

While I’m not a big believer in ‘Global Warming’, I am a believer in climate change. Our planet has constantly been changing since it was created, and I suspect it will continue. I find it interesting that some scientists make long term predictions based on some very short term records. How many years have we been keeping accurate world wide weather records? I believe that the first weath...
Blog Photo
Agricultural Exodus

I predict an exodus of agricultural producers from California to other parts of the U.S. and abroad in the near future.  Multi-year drought and rapid growth in some areas of the west coast will force those producers to look elsewhere. We welcome these folks to our back yard.  From the west coast dairymen to the nut producers, we have the land, water and climate to make their operations successf...
Blog Photo
California Water Woes

What a disaster shaping up in California! Water Shortage! The worlds 7th largest economy. If you look at Redwood tree rings, you see that some form of drought is more predominant than wetter periods. With all of the water restrictions being put in place and those that will have to be implemented in the future, the rest of us will feel the loss of lettuce, strawberries, nuts etc, for some time t...
Blog Photo
Corn for Ethanol????

Corn for Ethanol?  Anybody watch the commodity markets and see the price of corn decline? It’s a relatively cheap feed again. Good for the livestock industry. I put thousands of miles on my vehicle every year. I really try to avoid gasoline with ethanol. I try to find stations that sell pure gasoline. My mileage improves dramatically and my pickups performance is better, so is the horsepower...
Blog Photo
Got Milk???

Got Milk???  The aftermath of winter storm 'Goliath' was devastating for eastern New Mexico and west Texas.  Thousands of dairy cattle were lost in the blowing and drifting snow.  Thousands more will have to be slaughtered due to frost bite.  With these huge numbers dropping out of production, will we see an increase in the price of milk?  Packers are backed up after the storm and these holst...
Blog Photo
Beef Prices

Anyone gone to the store lately and bought some steaks? Prices seem pretty high. Beef is still my food of choice. I’m still buying it no matter the price. Drought in the western U.S. forced a huge reduction in cattle numbers in recent years. It is going to take years for the ranchers to build their herds back up. It’s still a supply and demand issue.  Now the price of cattle is going down....
Blog Photo
Oil Prices

I don’t know about you, but I have been enjoying the lower fuel prices at the pump. My job requires a lot of miles each week. These reduced fuel prices are giving me more disposable income. Instead of a $100 bill each time I fill up, its between $40 and $50. This is allowing me to either save the difference or spend it on a meal at a nicer restaurant. I live on the edge of an oil producing ar...
Blog Photo
Western Water History

Water west of the Mississippi has long been a valuable resource. The early explorers that mapped our country recognized that water was not as plentiful to the west as it was back to the east. Towns, cattle drives and even railroads were dependent on easily accessible sources of water. Water Rights in the western U.S., for the most part, are based on the Doctrine of Prior Appropriations. This do...
Blog Photo
Climate Change

While I’m not a big believer in ‘Global Warming’, I am a believer in climate change. Our planet has constantly been changing since it was created, and I suspect it will continue. I find it interesting that some scientists make long term predictions based on some very short term records. How many years have we been keeping accurate world wide weather records? I believe that the first weath...
Blog Photo
Agricultural Exodus

I predict an exodus of agricultural producers from California to other parts of the U.S. and abroad in the near future.  Multi-year drought and rapid growth in some areas of the west coast will force those producers to look elsewhere. We welcome these folks to our back yard.  From the west coast dairymen to the nut producers, we have the land, water and climate to make their operations successf...
Blog Photo
California Water Woes

What a disaster shaping up in California! Water Shortage! The worlds 7th largest economy. If you look at Redwood tree rings, you see that some form of drought is more predominant than wetter periods. With all of the water restrictions being put in place and those that will have to be implemented in the future, the rest of us will feel the loss of lettuce, strawberries, nuts etc, for some time t...
Blog Photo
Corn for Ethanol????

Corn for Ethanol?  Anybody watch the commodity markets and see the price of corn decline? It’s a relatively cheap feed again. Good for the livestock industry. I put thousands of miles on my vehicle every year. I really try to avoid gasoline with ethanol. I try to find stations that sell pure gasoline. My mileage improves dramatically and my pickups performance is better, so is the horsepower...
Blog Photo
Got Milk???

Got Milk???  The aftermath of winter storm 'Goliath' was devastating for eastern New Mexico and west Texas.  Thousands of dairy cattle were lost in the blowing and drifting snow.  Thousands more will have to be slaughtered due to frost bite.  With these huge numbers dropping out of production, will we see an increase in the price of milk?  Packers are backed up after the storm and these holst...
Blog Photo
Beef Prices

Anyone gone to the store lately and bought some steaks? Prices seem pretty high. Beef is still my food of choice. I’m still buying it no matter the price. Drought in the western U.S. forced a huge reduction in cattle numbers in recent years. It is going to take years for the ranchers to build their herds back up. It’s still a supply and demand issue.  Now the price of cattle is going down....
Blog Photo
Oil Prices

I don’t know about you, but I have been enjoying the lower fuel prices at the pump. My job requires a lot of miles each week. These reduced fuel prices are giving me more disposable income. Instead of a $100 bill each time I fill up, its between $40 and $50. This is allowing me to either save the difference or spend it on a meal at a nicer restaurant. I live on the edge of an oil producing ar...
Blog Photo
Western Water History

Water west of the Mississippi has long been a valuable resource. The early explorers that mapped our country recognized that water was not as plentiful to the west as it was back to the east. Towns, cattle drives and even railroads were dependent on easily accessible sources of water. Water Rights in the western U.S., for the most part, are based on the Doctrine of Prior Appropriations. This do...
Blog Photo
Climate Change

While I’m not a big believer in ‘Global Warming’, I am a believer in climate change. Our planet has constantly been changing since it was created, and I suspect it will continue. I find it interesting that some scientists make long term predictions based on some very short term records. How many years have we been keeping accurate world wide weather records? I believe that the first weath...
Blog Photo
Agricultural Exodus

I predict an exodus of agricultural producers from California to other parts of the U.S. and abroad in the near future.  Multi-year drought and rapid growth in some areas of the west coast will force those producers to look elsewhere. We welcome these folks to our back yard.  From the west coast dairymen to the nut producers, we have the land, water and climate to make their operations successf...
Blog Photo
California Water Woes

What a disaster shaping up in California! Water Shortage! The worlds 7th largest economy. If you look at Redwood tree rings, you see that some form of drought is more predominant than wetter periods. With all of the water restrictions being put in place and those that will have to be implemented in the future, the rest of us will feel the loss of lettuce, strawberries, nuts etc, for some time t...
Blog Photo
Corn for Ethanol????

Corn for Ethanol?  Anybody watch the commodity markets and see the price of corn decline? It’s a relatively cheap feed again. Good for the livestock industry. I put thousands of miles on my vehicle every year. I really try to avoid gasoline with ethanol. I try to find stations that sell pure gasoline. My mileage improves dramatically and my pickups performance is better, so is the horsepower...
Blog Photo
Got Milk???

Got Milk???  The aftermath of winter storm 'Goliath' was devastating for eastern New Mexico and west Texas.  Thousands of dairy cattle were lost in the blowing and drifting snow.  Thousands more will have to be slaughtered due to frost bite.  With these huge numbers dropping out of production, will we see an increase in the price of milk?  Packers are backed up after the storm and these holst...
Blog Photo
Beef Prices

Anyone gone to the store lately and bought some steaks? Prices seem pretty high. Beef is still my food of choice. I’m still buying it no matter the price. Drought in the western U.S. forced a huge reduction in cattle numbers in recent years. It is going to take years for the ranchers to build their herds back up. It’s still a supply and demand issue.  Now the price of cattle is going down....
Blog Photo
Oil Prices

I don’t know about you, but I have been enjoying the lower fuel prices at the pump. My job requires a lot of miles each week. These reduced fuel prices are giving me more disposable income. Instead of a $100 bill each time I fill up, its between $40 and $50. This is allowing me to either save the difference or spend it on a meal at a nicer restaurant. I live on the edge of an oil producing ar...
Blog Photo
Western Water History

Water west of the Mississippi has long been a valuable resource. The early explorers that mapped our country recognized that water was not as plentiful to the west as it was back to the east. Towns, cattle drives and even railroads were dependent on easily accessible sources of water. Water Rights in the western U.S., for the most part, are based on the Doctrine of Prior Appropriations. This do...
Blog Photo
Climate Change

While I’m not a big believer in ‘Global Warming’, I am a believer in climate change. Our planet has constantly been changing since it was created, and I suspect it will continue. I find it interesting that some scientists make long term predictions based on some very short term records. How many years have we been keeping accurate world wide weather records? I believe that the first weath...
Blog Photo
Agricultural Exodus

I predict an exodus of agricultural producers from California to other parts of the U.S. and abroad in the near future.  Multi-year drought and rapid growth in some areas of the west coast will force those producers to look elsewhere. We welcome these folks to our back yard.  From the west coast dairymen to the nut producers, we have the land, water and climate to make their operations successf...
Blog Photo
California Water Woes

What a disaster shaping up in California! Water Shortage! The worlds 7th largest economy. If you look at Redwood tree rings, you see that some form of drought is more predominant than wetter periods. With all of the water restrictions being put in place and those that will have to be implemented in the future, the rest of us will feel the loss of lettuce, strawberries, nuts etc, for some time t...
Blog Photo
Corn for Ethanol????

Corn for Ethanol?  Anybody watch the commodity markets and see the price of corn decline? It’s a relatively cheap feed again. Good for the livestock industry. I put thousands of miles on my vehicle every year. I really try to avoid gasoline with ethanol. I try to find stations that sell pure gasoline. My mileage improves dramatically and my pickups performance is better, so is the horsepower...
Blog Photo
Got Milk???

Got Milk???  The aftermath of winter storm 'Goliath' was devastating for eastern New Mexico and west Texas.  Thousands of dairy cattle were lost in the blowing and drifting snow.  Thousands more will have to be slaughtered due to frost bite.  With these huge numbers dropping out of production, will we see an increase in the price of milk?  Packers are backed up after the storm and these holst...
Blog Photo
Beef Prices

Anyone gone to the store lately and bought some steaks? Prices seem pretty high. Beef is still my food of choice. I’m still buying it no matter the price. Drought in the western U.S. forced a huge reduction in cattle numbers in recent years. It is going to take years for the ranchers to build their herds back up. It’s still a supply and demand issue.  Now the price of cattle is going down....
Blog Photo
Oil Prices

I don’t know about you, but I have been enjoying the lower fuel prices at the pump. My job requires a lot of miles each week. These reduced fuel prices are giving me more disposable income. Instead of a $100 bill each time I fill up, its between $40 and $50. This is allowing me to either save the difference or spend it on a meal at a nicer restaurant. I live on the edge of an oil producing ar...
Blog Photo
Western Water History

Water west of the Mississippi has long been a valuable resource. The early explorers that mapped our country recognized that water was not as plentiful to the west as it was back to the east. Towns, cattle drives and even railroads were dependent on easily accessible sources of water. Water Rights in the western U.S., for the most part, are based on the Doctrine of Prior Appropriations. This do...
Blog Photo
Climate Change

While I’m not a big believer in ‘Global Warming’, I am a believer in climate change. Our planet has constantly been changing since it was created, and I suspect it will continue. I find it interesting that some scientists make long term predictions based on some very short term records. How many years have we been keeping accurate world wide weather records? I believe that the first weath...
Blog Photo
Agricultural Exodus

I predict an exodus of agricultural producers from California to other parts of the U.S. and abroad in the near future.  Multi-year drought and rapid growth in some areas of the west coast will force those producers to look elsewhere. We welcome these folks to our back yard.  From the west coast dairymen to the nut producers, we have the land, water and climate to make their operations successf...
Blog Photo
California Water Woes

What a disaster shaping up in California! Water Shortage! The worlds 7th largest economy. If you look at Redwood tree rings, you see that some form of drought is more predominant than wetter periods. With all of the water restrictions being put in place and those that will have to be implemented in the future, the rest of us will feel the loss of lettuce, strawberries, nuts etc, for some time t...
Blog Photo
Corn for Ethanol????

Corn for Ethanol?  Anybody watch the commodity markets and see the price of corn decline? It’s a relatively cheap feed again. Good for the livestock industry. I put thousands of miles on my vehicle every year. I really try to avoid gasoline with ethanol. I try to find stations that sell pure gasoline. My mileage improves dramatically and my pickups performance is better, so is the horsepower...
Blog Photo
Got Milk???

Got Milk???  The aftermath of winter storm 'Goliath' was devastating for eastern New Mexico and west Texas.  Thousands of dairy cattle were lost in the blowing and drifting snow.  Thousands more will have to be slaughtered due to frost bite.  With these huge numbers dropping out of production, will we see an increase in the price of milk?  Packers are backed up after the storm and these holst...
Blog Photo
Beef Prices

Anyone gone to the store lately and bought some steaks? Prices seem pretty high. Beef is still my food of choice. I’m still buying it no matter the price. Drought in the western U.S. forced a huge reduction in cattle numbers in recent years. It is going to take years for the ranchers to build their herds back up. It’s still a supply and demand issue.  Now the price of cattle is going down....
Blog Photo
Oil Prices

I don’t know about you, but I have been enjoying the lower fuel prices at the pump. My job requires a lot of miles each week. These reduced fuel prices are giving me more disposable income. Instead of a $100 bill each time I fill up, its between $40 and $50. This is allowing me to either save the difference or spend it on a meal at a nicer restaurant. I live on the edge of an oil producing ar...
Blog Photo
Western Water History

Water west of the Mississippi has long been a valuable resource. The early explorers that mapped our country recognized that water was not as plentiful to the west as it was back to the east. Towns, cattle drives and even railroads were dependent on easily accessible sources of water. Water Rights in the western U.S., for the most part, are based on the Doctrine of Prior Appropriations. This do...
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