livestock DOJ Investigates Beef Price Fixing Amid Rancher, Attorneys General Concerns By Madelyn Beck • Jun 2, 2020 The pandemic has beef markets on a roller coaster, and Shohone, Idaho's Amie Taber is among the ranchers along for the ride. Listen Listening... / Click 'play' to hear the audio version of this story. EPA Withdraws OK On 'Cyanide Bombs' For Wildlife Control By Bryce Dix • Aug 15, 2019 Via Center for Biological Diversity Listen Listening... / 0:51 UPDATE 8/16: The EPA has withdrawn the decision to allow M-44's for wildlife control, according to NMPoliticalReport.com, saying the issue warrants further analysis. San Juan County Encourages People To 'Get On Water Delivery List' By Rita Daniels • Aug 14, 2015 Rita Daniels/KUNM Trucks delivered 200,000 gallons of water Thursday for irrigating crops in San Juan County after the Animas and San Juan rivers were closed due to contamination from the Gold King Mine spill. A Bittersweet Farewell To Goats Olaf And Sven By Rita Daniels • Jul 30, 2015 Rita Daniels Listen Listening... / 1:05 CUBA, N.M.—Kids from Sandoval County have been raising animals in anticipation of the annual fair this weekend. Corrales Says Congress Should Ban Overuse Of Antibiotics On Big Farms By Marisa Demarco • Dec 18, 2014 en.wikipedia.org The Village Council of Corrales is calling on Congress to stop the overuse of antibiotics on industrial livestock operations. Corrales is a bucolic village north of Albuquerque, home to about 8,500 people, some of whom keep farm animals.