Attorney General Eric Holder announced on Tuesday that, in the wake of allegations that the Internal Revenue Service has been improperly scrutinizing the tax-exemption requests of tea party and other groups, he has ordered an investigation “to see if any laws were broken.” He called the IRS’s actions “outrageous and unacceptable.” Click here to [...]
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Jerry Linquist, a Michigan State University Extension Educator, authored a paper entitled, “Drought Planning Should Begin With Green Pastures”. In this paper, Linquist outlined options cattle producers should consider when developing a drought plan. Click here to view a copy of the May 2013 Newsletter, Over the Wire, A Beef Cattle E-Letter for Area Producers, [...]
New Bacteria Behind Some Cases of Pinkeye in Cattle Pinkeye is a disease that just doesn’t play fair. And it’s getting trickier all the time. A simple vaccination used to be the answer and producers could get along for years with no pinkeye in their herds. But times have changed and, in some cases, so [...]
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You’ve heard the mantra, “you can’t manage what you can’t measure”. As is often the case, when budgets are evaluated or times are tight, one of the first line items to be cut from the budget is marketing expenses. Why? Because you might not be effectively measuring it, and therefore, not able to effectively manage [...]
IRS Special Edition Tax Tip 2013-11 If you are a working parent or look for work this summer, you may need to pay for the care of your child or children. These expenses may qualify for a tax credit that can reduce your federal income taxes. The Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit is available [...]