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by Pat Boone

New Mexico Cattle Grower’s Association President’s Message

Dear Fellow Members & Industry Supporters,

Fall is definitely in the air. Not only has the State Fair come and gone but the trees have started to change color and there’s a nip in the air. And in rural New Mexico the surest sign of fall is that everyone is either branding large calves or remnants, moving cattle to lower elevation pastures or shipping cattle, purchasing winter hay, selling calves, or simply canning food and chopping firewood before winter starts to settle in.

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by Pat Boone

New Mexico Cattle Grower’s Association President’s Message

Dear Fellow Members & Industry Supporters,

It’s hard to believe that we’re already saying goodbye to summer, but with the 76th edition of the New Mexico State Fair almost underway and green chile roasting in backyards and store parking lots alike, I realize that it’s true. Hopefully that means that you’ll have a chance to spend a day or two at the Fair supporting the youth who are proudly displaying their show animals and demonstrating the maturity and confidence that comes with hard work and dedication to a project.

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by Pat Boone

New Mexico Cattle Grower’s Association President’s Message

Dear Fellow Members & Industry Supporters,

It would appear that the last few weeks of rain has loosened the mighty grip of our four-year-long drought. In talking with folks around the state I realize that some of us have received far less than others but I sense that we are all a bit more positive these days. I mean who doesn’t get a smile on their face seeing miles and miles of greening pastures along the roads and trails we travel?

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