Monthly Archives: July 2013

Mexican gray wolf shot, killed in NM

This is a prime example of how ESA has caused more species to become extinct than it has saved. It is also a prime example of what happens when violence (or force which is the threat of violence) is used … Continue reading

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Farm Feasibility Analysis, Part I

More often than not, the hardest part of this is Step 1–convincing the land owner to allow you to tromp around on his land to gather your data before you have any skin in the game (put down any money). … Continue reading

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Repeal the Endangered Species Act

by Jonathan DuHamel via Tucson Citizen The Endangered Species Act (ESA) should be repealed because it provides no positive incentive for conservation, it tramples on property rights, it destroys industries, it is very expensive, and it is ineffective. The ESA … Continue reading

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Sorry Jack

by Dave Pratt via Ranching for Profit Blog Several years ago my son, Jack, spent a couple of summers working for one of our alumni in Wyoming. It just about killed me when he said, “Dad, I love putting up … Continue reading

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Experts unearth concerns over ‘peak soil’

This is a very informative article and very applicable for planned-intensive grazing–if you can only sift trough and filter out all the doomsday, greenie, UN Agenda 21 BS. — jtl In the past 40 years, 30 percent of the planet’s arable … Continue reading

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Agricultural Politics

This would be funny if it wasn’t so close to the truth. — jtl Dear Sir,  My friend, Bubba  Peterson, over at Alexandria, LA, received a check for $1,000 from the government for not raising hogs. So, I want to … Continue reading

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Why? Why the difference?

via The American Lands Council After more than a year of travelling the United States and educating thousands on the Transfer of Public Lands legislation, we never cease to be amazed at how many people just assume that the states have … Continue reading

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