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VideoLost: Large black/white Pit Bull, last seen 3 weeks ago, Hwy. 97 between Floresville and Pleasanton. If found call 830-391-5660.
Found: Female Dachshund with a purple collar, July 6 on F.M. 775 and 3432 south of La Vernia. Call 830-947-3490.
Our beloved Gracie is missing, Dachshund/Lab mix, microchipped, about 30 pounds, black with little white. Call with any information, 830-393-9999 or 419-250-9099.
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Interested in working with children? We are looking to hire new P/T and F/T teachers. Must have Highschool diploma, experience a plus. Apply in person at Starlings Darlings Learning Center 1888 CR 128 Floresville TX 78114 or send resume to starlingsdarlingsLC@yahoo.com
Walk-in bathtub sales person wanted. $100,000+ $4,000/mo. guaranteed. Sales experience required. Call Jerry Stewart at 1-913-276-2143, Ewing Enterprises, LLC.
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Texas Cash Market recap, Aug. 13


Texas Cash Market recap, Aug. 13


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AUSTIN -- For the week ending Aug. 13, feeder cattle price trends at Texas auctions were uneven, mostly $1 to $4 lower per hundredweight, with some locations as much as $9 lower and some to $7 higher. High drought-related volumes at many locations along with hot weather and lack of grazing continue to pressure markets, though higher fed cattle and beef prices were supportive. Fed cattle prices were $3 higher following solid gains in wholesale beef prices due to moderating temperatures in parts of the country; the upcoming Labor Day holiday; and strong beef exports. Cotton prices were lower after the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) production forecast came in higher than expected. Prospects for larger crops in China, India, and Pakistan more than offset a smaller, drought-reduced U.S. crop. Corn prices were higher following a lower than expected USDA production forecast.  . . .

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