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Cattle herders lead cows and bulls down an unpaved road in Southern Sudan's main city Juba on January 11, 2011. Juba is preparing to become a capital city. AFP PHOTO/ROBERTO SCHMIDT (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

Price of Child Brides Skyrockets to 300 Cows in South Sudan and Kenya

An extensive report published by Thomson Reuters Foundation on Wednesday finds that the price of a child bride in eastern Africa, particularly South Sudan and Kenya, has skyrocketed as families seek ways to avoid starvation and ensure their children have food and shelter.

Cows stand in a field at a farm near Nairn in northern Scotland, August 4, 2010. REUTERS/DAVID MOIR

Climate Hysteria Turns to Minimizing ‘Cow Burps’

Just when you think the global warming crowd can’t get any crazier, you find that they are now researching how to minimize the noxious effects of cow-belching on the environment by tweaking the bovine diet.

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Texas Cattle Raisers: Border not Secure, Drug War Hurting Business

There are few things that are more American than raising cattle in the great State of Texas. Every year, thousands of cattle raisers from the state and the southwestern US gather for the annual Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) convention. I had the privilege presenting during their general session on border security issues, in addition to speaking to several of the ranchers and ranch owners about their border concerns.