Ag Jeans

17 Dec 18
Frequent Miler

Travel Mileage/Points Increases Merchant Best Rate on 12/17/2018 Best Rate on12/16/2018 4 Inkjets 15 (4) mi./$ 10 pt./$ Best Rate History Best Buy 2 (1) mi./$ 1 mi./$ Best Rate History Bose 4 (2) mi./$ 3 mi./$ Best Rate History Casper 2 (1) mi./$ 1 mi./$ Best Rate History Coach 12 (1) mi./$ 9 (2) […]

17 Dec 18
Nouvelles Du Monde

Arnaud Bivès, published on 17/12/2018 at 08h30 Photo credit © Reuters                      (Boursier.com) – THE TENDANCE The CAC40 should stabilize at the opening this morning, according to the pre-opening indicators: the Paris index should open close to Friday's closing at 4,853 points. Investors seem to have digested the disappointment of Friday that saw poor economic […]

17 Dec 18
Aine

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16 Dec 18
Aine

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15 Dec 18
Dressed for My Day

Happy Saturday! I hope you’re doing something today to enjoy the celebration of Jesus’ birth, even if you’re doing it all by yourself. I’m baking and decorating these sugar cookies with my friend Dorothy today, but if she couldn’t join me I’d be baking them by myself anyhow. So if nothing else, turn on some […]

15 Dec 18
Grænsen Grenzen

Das Dilemma der EU mit Afrika Von Klaus Huhold Wiener Zeitung 14.12.2018 https://www.wienerzeitung.at/nachrichten/top_news/1007976_Das-Dilemma-der-EU-mit-Afrika.html Wien. Die Geschichte handelt von Blumen und einem ungleichen Kampf. Und sie ist ein Klassiker unter NGOs und Aktivisten, die sich dem Wohl Afrikas verbunden fühlen und dabei Europas Rolle kritisch sehen. Die EU hatte mit den Ländern der Ostafrikanischen Staatengemeinschaft (EAC) […]

15 Dec 18
Urban Fishing Pole Cigars

Cigar news: Villiger cigars has made a giant effort to make a splash in the premium cigar arena and we are seeing the results.  The latest Cigar Aficionado best of 2018 has firmly planted Villiger Cigars as a top-tier producer coming in at Number 8. I have reviewed this blend and concur on the quality of […]

14 Dec 18
Red Bluff Daily News
The sun was shining and the corral was muddy in the low spots, but a good day for branding when Mike and Kendra McCluskey branded their fall calves with the help of friends, a couple weeks ago. The cattle had been gathered the previous week when the CIDR was inserted intravaginally releasing progesterone during the seven to ten day treatment period. Lutalyse a prescription drug is given when the insert is removed. The removal triggers estrus within three days, and the cow is bred AI when heat is detected. The goal is to have all the calves born nearly the same time. While the cows were in the corral, they had given the calves Enforce 3, the nasal BRSV, PI3 and IBR protection; Pyramid 5 for protection against IBR, BVD (Types 1 and 11), PI3, BRSV viruses and Mannehimia haemolytica, the respiratory disease; and 8 Way for blackleg, red water and tetanus protection. Mike branded all the calves with the Lazy W brand on the right hip. The brand my father used, then Bill and me, and now Mike and Kendra. The calf table was used with Kyler Puckett and Josh Thompson catching the heels and pulling over table.  Kevin Whelchel was applying the earmark in the right ear, while their niece Nikki McCluskey gave the Multimin shot and Cindy Whelchel applied the Dectomax for control of internal and external parasites. Instead of using a knife to castrate the bull calves Scott Hogan was using the bander. Keeping the calves coming up the chute were Andy Newport, Ken and Hailey Reineman, and Michael Nelson. Ray McCluskey, Mike’s father had brought his gas powered Weber grill to grill the four tri tips and heat the buttered french bread. There was toss green salad, and a generator supplied the power to keep the chili beans hot. Salami, cheese, crackers and chips were enjoyed with the beverages around the fire. Chocolate chip cookies completed the lunch. … Did you see Santa Claus at the wheel of the Mt. Lassen Motor Transit bus last weekend? It was quite a surprise when the bus pulled in to pick us up for the trip to the Woodland Opera House and the musical “Meet Me in St. Louis,” and Santa greeted us. A great show with many familiar songs, if you had seen Judy Garland in the movie. You left humming “The Trolley Song, Boy Next Door, Skip to My Lou, the title song, and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” “Touch of the Irish” was a favorite of a couple women on the bus as we headed home, as I overheard their comments. The setting was summer of 1903 to spring of 1904, and the opening of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Earlier we had a hosted luncheon at the Black Bear Diner. Mt. Lassen Motor Transit has several interesting trips in December and the spring lined up. … The 67th annual Tehama County Cattlemen and CattleWomen Winner Dinner and 16th Ag Scholarship Fundraiser is set for Jan. 5 at 6 p.m. in the Tehama District Fairground Auditorium, with wine tasting and a special feature on the stage, “Dancing with a Cowboy” or something like that. Last year we had the Cattlemen Challenge with teams building a barbed wire fence and preparing a gourmet entrée, while hindering their opponents. Tickets are available for $25 presale at Hawes Ranch & Farm Supply, The Loft, Red Bluff Bull Sale office, Plumas Bank, Golden State Farm Credit and Rabobank in Red Bluff and Corning; Shasta Farm and Equipment in Cottonwood. Vic Woolery and crew know how to prepare prime rib, so it will be a delicious dinner, $30 at the door. A total of $27,000 was awarded by the two organizations, thanks to the generous businesses and individuals that donated to the live and silent auction. I-5 Point S Tire and Auto service has given a set of four tires. Bill Borror has made a handcrafted black walnut chair. Wild Gooseberry jelly has been donated by Cindy and Dave Stroing, in memory of Barbara Frost Kloose who used to gather the stickery berries and make the jelly. Another traditional donation is the peanut brittle made by Patty Kelly, and the late Arlo Stroing always made sure his bid took home the candy. J P Ranch Rodeo, has given 10 full passes for the rodeo Jan. 18-19. This event was created as the Jim Owens Memorial Ranch Rodeo. This will be the 24th annual Ranch Rodeo to be held in the memory of Jim Owens. He was nationally recognized as a first class cattleman and one of the real promoters of rodeo. Some people say that Jim Owens was who John Wayne wanted to be. Jim was President Tehama County Cattlemen in 1954, and recognized with Man of the Year in 1996. … Saturday at 10 a.m. we will meet at Chapel of the Flowers for the funeral of Tehama County Cattlemen Past President Al Marenco, with a celebration of life at Rolling Hills Casino from noon to 3 p.m. Al was president in 1996-97, and hosted the annual Field Day three times on his ranch. He wintered his cattle at the Red Bluff ranch and shipped to the Klamath Marsh for summer grazing. His son, Chris is also a past TCCA President. His obituary included: “Al was an accomplished horseman; he rode multiple disciplines from pleasure horses; to cutting horses to reined cow horses. He had a passion to ride snaffle bit horses, in rein cow horse aged events for many years, and he was also a carded AQHA and NRCHA judge as well. He loved to host horse show events at his arena on his ranch in Red Bluff. “Al was active at all levels in the cattle industry, from being an Order Buyer for Alpine Meats, Fat-City Feedlot, and other cattle companies, to a co-owner of Sonoma Meat Packing Company.” Bill was president following Al Marenco, and he appreciated the handbook that Al and his wife Peggy had created with many helpful tips. RIP Al Marenco. Jean Barton has been writing her column in the Daily News since the early 1990s. She can be reached by e-mail at jbarton2013@gmail.com.
14 Dec 18
Kurt Warren - Blog

Today’s gift guide is all about NEW MOMS. I racked my brain for those items that I love and used multiple times a day as a new mom or things on my wishlist if I could do it again. Being a new mom is SO damn hard and the best job I could have ever […]

14 Dec 18
BERNDPULCH.ORG - BERND-PULCH.ORG EXCLUSIVE AND TOP SECRET INFOS

2018 Bilderberg Meeting Turin, Italy 7-10 June 2018 CHAIRMAN STEERING COMMITTEE Castries, Henri de (FRA), Chairman, Institut Montaigne PARTICIPANTS Achleitner, Paul M. (DEU), Chairman Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG; Treasurer, Foundation Bilderberg Meetings Agius, Marcus (GBR), Chairman, PA Consulting Group Alesina, Alberto (ITA), Nathaniel Ropes Professor of Economics, Harvard University Altman, Roger C. (USA), Founder […]

14 Dec 18
Impeach Obama, McCain and Boehner Today

May 3, 2017, “Trump Adviser Kushner’s Undisclosed Partners Include Goldman and Soros,” Wall St. Journal, J. Eaglesham, J. Chung, L. Schwartz “Mr. Soros’s family office said it had invested [in Kushner’s business] in early 2015 before Mr. Trump declared his presidential candidacy.“…Kushner has business “ties to abroad swath of U.S. and foreign banks, private-equity firms, […]

27 Nov 14

Hearing from some key customers involved in bringing BIM to the marketplace. By Andrés G. Damjanov In this article we wanted to share two things with the reader. Firstly, we wanted to share our thoughts on BIM in the DACH market. We also wanted to give you an overview of the real people involved in BIM. […]

13 Dec 18
naufrage/sauvetage

Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee : Foreign investors spurn U.S. Treasuries as curve threatens to invert Submitted by cpowell on 02:36PM ET Tuesday, December 11, 2018. Section: Daily Dispatches By Tomo Uetake and Saikat Chatterjee Reuters Tuesday, December 11, 2018 A worrying sign of inversion in the U.S. Treasury bond curve is dulling the appeal of […]