The New Mexico Livestock Board no longer has a voice in the issue (it was silenced); a sympathetic media firm in Albuquerque was hired to do a big media campaign for the event; and at least one Washington, D.
What does NMLB stand for?
NMLB stands for New Mexico Livestock Board (est. 1887)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1985, the New Mexico Livestock Board developed a policy memorandum requiring -- a controlled temperature of at least 140[degrees] Fahrenheit and -- procedures for facility, equipment, and employee hygiene and sanitation.
The New Mexico Livestock Board traces the state's first hot brand to Don Juan de O[+ or -]ate, who in 1598 brought along 7,000 branded cattle from Chihuahua, Mexico, to the Santa Fe area.
Princess came to the sanctuary Friday from a private party after being taken by the New Mexico Livestock Board.
Livestock inspectors around the state are reporting more calls about underfed and abandoned horses, said Myles Culbertson, director of the New Mexico Livestock Board.
He said Pineda, who realized the pig was in distress, first contacted the New Mexico Livestock Board, but was told it handles only cattle and horses, not pigs.