Monthly Archives: November 2013

Profitable Ranching Necessitates Both Mental And Physical Work

If you attempt to do planned grazing, creating a strategic plan is the most important step. With a strategic plan, you can even get by with approaching the remainder of the program half-heartedly and still achieve some degree of success. Without … Continue reading

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Corona Wound Care Guide

This is a handy little “gizmo” that could be printed and stashed away somewhere down at the horse barn. — jtl, 419  Summit Industries which makes the Corona products has published a very good “Management of Minor Equine Wounds” page. … Continue reading

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Nationalize Everything – Even Thanksgiving

Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation is a masterpiece of lies, deceptions, and false propaganda that would have impressed any twentieth-century tyrant. By Thomas DiLorenzo “Nationalize as much as possible” to “make men love their country before their states.  All private interests, all … Continue reading

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Y’all have a good and safe holiday

—————————————————————— Books by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume A Handbook for Ranch Managers A Comprehensive Reference Manual for Managing the Working Ranch. Click here to buy the paperback version from Land & Livestock International’s Rancher Supply aStore. Digital media products such as Kindle … Continue reading

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Mexican Wolf

Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association November 26, 2013 Mexican Wolf  Proposed Rule Removing the Gray Wolf (Canis lupis) from the List of Endangered Species and Maintaining Protections for the Mexican Wolf (Canis lupis baileyi) by Listing It as Endangered   Docket … Continue reading

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Reminder: Upcoming Event

The available seats are being quickly filled. Reserve yours today. Canton is easy access via I-20 from the Dallas-Ft Worth Airport.    —————————————————————— Books by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume A Handbook for Ranch Managers A Comprehensive Reference Manual for Managing … Continue reading

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Debunking UGG® boots And Their “UGGly” Reputation

This blog is dedicated to the exchange of information between people at all levels of the livestock industry. It is NOT a “debate club.” Therefore PETA and HSUS types (and their sympathizers and fellow travelers) need not bother with vile … Continue reading

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Perhaps The Best Investment For Surviving The Coming Dollar Collapse

With emerging economies moving towards a high meat diet, increasing livestock demand, and biofuels diverting crops from food use to energy crops, it doesn’t take a degree in calculus to see why arable farmland is attractive.  Every day there are … Continue reading

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Where Holistic Management Crosses Paths with Agenda 21.

by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume, President & CEO, Land & Livestock International, Inc. The anti-private property and anti-free market “sustainable development” movement utilizes triple-bottom-line accounting (TBL). TBL was created by the United Nations to advance the four main initiatives … Continue reading

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3 Lessons From A Greenpeace Dropout

Yep, they are abandoning the ship like rats from a burning ship. Another good source that I would put on every rancher’s “Mandatory Reading List” is: “The Skeptical Environmentalist: Measuring the Real State of the World“ by Bjørn Lomborg, The “greenies” … Continue reading

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