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~, !ii!!Έ The Clarendon Enterprise • October 27, 2016 Deadline near for pasture, range insurance AMARILLO - Over the years,mal precipitation patterns," she said. rate published by the Risk Manage- Texas ranchers and landowners have "As a result, livestock producers may ment Agency for each county. It is learned that growing grass for cattle consider adding PRF insurance to calculated based on estimated stock- is a risky business. Not so much dan- provide an extra layer of protection ing rates and current hay prices, gerous, but very dependent on the against low moisture conditions?' Jones said. weather. Payment is not determined by She said the program uses a For that reason, DeDe Jones, individual damages, but rather area rainfall index to determine potential Texas A&M AgriLife Extension losses based on a grid system, Jones indemnity payments. Service risk management special- explained. Producers can select any Additionally, Jones said Alfalfa ist in Amarillo, said producers portion of acres to insure, but they and other irrigated hay can also be need to consider the perennial Pas- must also select between a minimum insured under a Pasture, Range and ture, Range and Forage Insurance, of two, two-month intervals and a Forage Insurance policy at differ- designed to protect livestock and hay maximum of six, two-month inter- ent coverage levels and higher base producers against production losses, vals per year. values. The 2016 sign-up and acre- Coverage levels between 70 A decision-support tool to help age reporting deadline for this U.S. and 90 percent are available, she producers determine coverage levels Department of Agriculture Risk said. Once coverage is selected, the and intervals can be found at: http:// Management Agency program is producer also chooses a productivity Nov. 15. Prefiaiums will be billed factor between 60 and 150 percent. For more information about the Sept. 1, 2017, Jones said.The productivity factor is a percent- insurance and how it fits into a risk "Many weather experts predict age of the established county base management plan. contact Jones at the upcoming winter and spring to be value for forage. 806-677-5600 or dljones@ag.tamu. warmer than usual, with below-nor- The base value is a standard edu. Oles scores Top Hand for CC - --I '- i_] dEE Clarendon College Ranch Supplement for Cattle Horse team member Dee Oles won Brangus Heifers For Sale the Ranch Hand class at the Post Stampede RHAA show as well as Top Hand at the Canadian Ranch Rodeo recently. Fellow team member Zane |r Davis also ended up 6th in a tough cowboy class of 18 at Post as well. Gracie Paul competed at the Duck and Pony Show in Coldwa- ter, Kan., and made the finals in the Submit Story Ideas, ranch horse competition. P hotos, Letters The next stop for the ranch & Announcements horse team is Abilene SHOT show Dee Oles on October 28-29. With Just A Click '" Subscribe Today. Continued from page one. r • • Billy Ryan Harrison, 21 from Childress, pleaded true to allegations listed in the State's Motion to Adju- dicate and was sentenced to six years 79.4χ/. Ac Honey Hollow Ranch in the Institutional Division of TDCJ Open 1-4pm Sunday October 30 for the third degree felony offense of JACKSBORO, TX • 3696 W US Hwy 380. Selling in 3 parcels: assault family violence by choking. Parcel 1: 6BR 5BA 8,186+/- sf custom home on 19+/- ac with barn. Parcel 2" Foster Mack Sheffield, 36 from 26.36+/- ac. Parcel 3: 33.95+/- ac w/lighted arena, tank and ropes course. Caddo Mills, pleaded true to allegaT. Nominal Openin9 Bids: Parcel 1: $250,000. Parcels 2 & 3: $2,500/acre, Buyer's Choice tions~ listed in the State's Motion to Auctions: 12om Fr[Nov4 oh site or bid live from Adjudic~tte and was sentenced to 20 months in the State Jail Division of TX DANIEL SCOT[ NELSON RE LIC 618260: TONY LANGDON AUC MC 10246, TDCJ for the state jail felony of pos- BUYER'S PREMIUM MAY APPLY session of a controlled substance. Sheffield was also convicted for the third degree felony offense of failure to appear and sentenced to six years in the Institutional Division of TDCJ. Ricardo Carballo-Lopez was placed on probation for a period of two years for the state jail felony offense of fraudulent use of identify- for Donley County Pet. 3 ing information. Carballo pleaded guilty and was placed on deferred • • adjudication for the offense. Shawna Marie Ellis, 25 from Amarillo, pleaded true to allega- "Call me to talk about any concerns you have." tions listed in the State's Motion to Adjudicate and was sentenced to 14 months in the State Jail Division of Politi.] ad paid for by Nell Koetting, 1201 Co. Rd, U, Lelia Lake, TX 79240. TDCJ for the state jail felony offense of possession of a controlled sub- stance. Melissa Gay Jones was placed on probation for a period of four years for the second degree felony offense of burglary of a habitation. Jones pleaded guilty and was placed on deferred adjudication for the offense. 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