This Is Not a Story About a Great White Whale

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  June 18, 2015 Subscribe   The editors of Beef Today comb the Internet to discover news cattle producers can use By Greg Henderson and FriendsThis Is Not a Story About a Great White Whale Although Moby, the 42-year-old baldheaded nag, (oh, me!) did lend a new interpretation to the classic Herman Melville novel title when he accused California farmers this week of hogging all the water. His petition calling for restrictions on how much water state farmers may use led to the expected chorus of can't-we-get-along responses from farm groups. For our part, we're waiting to hear if there's any truth to the rumor the California checkoff boards have inked a deal with new celebrity spokesman Eminem.
Moby: Save that water for lawns and pools
(Beef Today)

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