The President of the B.C. Cattlemen’s Association says prices for yearlings may jump by about 10% next month. However, given this summer’s weather in the American Midwest, Roland Bauman fears it could be a short term spike… [asset|aid=120|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=Bauman-BC ranchers_1_Pub.mp3] He says the increases in feed prices could then more than offset any improvement in the yearling market.Meanwhile, ranchers and farmers in the Peace are again in need of moisture. Fort St. John received only 37% of its normal amount of precipitation in June and has recorded only about 22% of the July average.June and July are normally the area’s highest months for precipitation averaging a combined total of 155 mm from 1971 to 2000.- Advertisement -However, this year the total is less than 45mm, with only 11 days left in July and no precipitation forecast for the first 5 days of that period.
1 Carlos Tevez has ruled out making a return to the Premier League – and hopes to sign for his hometown club Boca Juniors when he leaves Juventus.The striker has been playing in Europe since he signed for West Ham back in 2006 and was a star performes during his time in England with Manchester United and Manchester City.The Argentine international has continued his good run of form at Juventus, helping the Italian giants secure their position at the top of Serie A.Reports in England have suggested West Ham could make a shock move to bring Tevez back to Upton Park, but the 31-year-old says he will make a return to south America when he decides to leave Italy.Tevez, speaking to Italian newspaper La Repubblica, said: “My whole family and I are Boca fans and I want to play in that shirt once again.“I don’t know when, but I will return home. I’ve been in Europe for many years and I need my family – I miss my father, my mother and my brother.“I can’t complain as everyone has treated me well, but my mentality is Argentine and my desire is to go back to Buenos Aires.“Of course people would prefer if the Tevez family all moved to Turin. I like it here, but my life is over there. I’m a family man, as we say.” Carlos Tevez