Monthly Archives: January 2013

Teaching Kids about the Environment, Government Style

Yes boys and girls, the indoctrination begins early on and continues for a lifetime.  — jtl, 419 by Ben O’Neill via the Mises Daily University campuses receive a great deal of attention due to the political and cultural indoctrination and … Continue reading

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The Economics of Ecology: Angry Planet or Beautiful World?

by MARK  SKOUSEN via the Foundation for Economic Education“The bright promise of a new millennium is now clouded by unprecedented  threats to humanity’s future.” -WORLDWATCH INSTITUTE, 20001 “We know that the environment is not in good shape. . . . My … Continue reading

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Externalities and the Environment

In fact, it is governmental failure to  maintain and defend the institutions of a free market that is responsible for  the environmental damage caused by private businesses. That is ALWAYS (as in 100% of the time) the case. — jtl, … Continue reading

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Moving cattle on autopilot

by Bob Kinford When cattle get used to being moved and going to fresh feed, they see an open gate and automatically go through. This was the first time I had taken this route. Once again, look at the speed … Continue reading

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MORNINGLAND DAIRY: THE FINAL SOLUTION

By Doreen Hannes January 26, 2013 NewsWithViews.com On August 26th, 2010 the destruction of Morningland Dairy began. Having lost a two and half year battle with cancer of the State, the interment will take place on January 25th, 2013.   … Continue reading

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Grazing the Impossible

by Bob Kinford via The Bovine Blog Since my last post, we changed our grazing plan to include grazing Giant Sacaton, which most people think cattle will not eat. There is more about that  on the Circle Ranch website. Other … Continue reading

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Nightmare on the Diamond Bar

by Susan Christy via Range Magazine New Mexico ranchers Kit and Sherry Laney won awards for stewardship. As thanks for their good work, and thanks to the feds, Kit was jailed. It’s been nearly 20 years since Kit and Sherry … Continue reading

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Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later

by Dave Pratt via the Ranching for Profit Blog Abby of Dear Abby, passed away last week.  I don’t intend to take her place dispensing relationship advice, but I do get my share of Dear Dave letters.  Here’s a Dear … Continue reading

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Low Stress Cattle Handling

by Ron Gill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gycWs6q1GBw&feature=player_detailpage Ron Gill demonstrates low stress cattle handling principles.  He uses cattle behavior to move cattle.  This video demonstrates moving cattle without driving aids.

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The Value of Holistic Herding

by Bob Kinford via The Bovine Blog Many people look at what I am doing with holistic herding don’t see the value. The first misconception that most people have is that, on their ranch, it would be impossible to do. … Continue reading

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