Cattlemen still cry foul play by packers, disappointed in USDA actions

As the pandemic swept the country, beef prices soared while cattle prices declined. Many cattlemen are calling out four large packing firms for profiteering during national tragedy while people suffered as they were forced to stay at home. Some producers think that USDA’s Sonny Perdue is giving them the run around and has been full of a bunch of bull so far in investigating the problems with the nation’s meat markets and supply chains. Photo provided by P&R Herefords LLC.

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Cattlemen still cry foul play by packers, disappointed in USDA actions

As the pandemic swept the country, beef prices soared while cattle prices declined. Many cattlemen are calling out four large packing firms for profiteering during national tragedy while people suffered as they were forced to stay at home. Some producers think that USDA’s Sonny Perdue is giving them the run around and has been full of a bunch of bull so far in investigating the problems with the nation’s meat markets and supply chains. Photo provided by P&R Herefords LLC.

The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified what some claim is a looming threat to the nation’s food supply, especially for meat.

On the final Friday in July, Canton hosted a Town Meeting with special guests, Brent Almquist and Mark Wray, of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation there to discuss the upcoming construction

Following a month filled with Return to Learning Plans molded by recommendations from the state and each respective school district’s own policies, it was the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities A

Opinion

Hats off to our teacher heroes

School has either started or will soon start in most of western Oklahoma this week.

House Schedules Interim Studies

Each year during the interim between legislative sessions, each chamber of the state Legislature holds interim studies.

#Black Lives Do Matter

My family has not lived a life of privilege, but we have been blessed beyond anything our ancestors could imagine. I do feel privileged to be an American.

Sports

Tigers return to workouts after July 4th break

The Canton Tigers have been hard at work in the weight room since starting their workouts at the beginning June.

Canton football teams host cornhole tournament

Bode Bond works up a sweat taking part in the corn hole tournament hosted by the Canton football teams. A total of 14 teams came out to help support the Tigers last Saturday as part of the 53rd Annual Canton Lake Walleye Rodeo. (Photo by Austin Smith)

The Canton football teams joined in on the festivities of the 53rd Annual Walleye Rodeo by hosting a cornhole tournament to help raise money for the football program.

In the final installment of the five-part series revisiting the top sports moments for the Tigers over the last year, we got back to December when a last-second tip in helped propel Canton to a maj

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