Monthly Archives: March 2017

Public Lands in the West

The best “rundown” on the public lands situation in the West can be found here: jtl, 419 Land and Livestock International, Inc. is in a position to assist the buyer in purchasing ranches like these anywhere in the Western United … Continue reading

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Sustainability of the firm

What went wrong? To many business people and to the general public, sustainability is the buzzword for thrift, resourcefulness, and long-term planning. Aren’t such qualities good for businesses and within families? But sustainability has grown into an ideology marked by … Continue reading

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My Land is Your land

We also see a public and a federal bureaucracy that projects an aggressive attitude that “your land is our land”, and they have the power and the intention of claiming those rights as if they were distinct rights in a … Continue reading

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Rodeo Legend Passes: Harry Vold the “Duke of the Chutes” 1924-2017

Indeed he was a legend in his time. — jtl, 419 From Rodeo stock contractor, the “Duke of the Chutes” Harry Vold has passed away at the age of 93.We are saddened to hear of the passing of rodeo … Continue reading

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Did Obama Spy on Trump?

This has been one of the silliest arguments yet. The focus has been on the inside–who is responsible (government functionaries) or government entities (CIA, FBI, etc) or legal requirements (FISA) etc. When any moron can go down to his/her local … Continue reading

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Is Crop Insurance on the Budgetary Chopping Block?

 The letters, signed by more than 60 agriculture groups, say true crop insurance spending under the 2014 farm bill will come in $20 billion under budget.   American Agriculture–the largest welfare recipient on earth. And now even the cowboys are … Continue reading

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How should one measure the Endangered Species Act’s performance?

“…only a tiny fraction of the species that have been listed under the Act have recovered.” And did you know that there are more extinct species than there are species? — jtl, 419 by Damien M. Schiff via the Pacific … Continue reading

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Governors Ask USDA for Wildfire Relief Action

The governors of Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and New Mexico sent a letter Friday to acting Secretary of Agriculture Mike Young asking that restrictions to the CRP be lifted to provide more land for grazing. There is one sure way to … Continue reading

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Efficient and Novel Method for Sorting Cow-Calf Pairs

via Richard Beal’s Blog         FOLLOW FLYOVER PRESS ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our e-Store A Handbook for Ranch Managers.  In keeping with the “holistic” idea that the land, the livestock, the people and the money should … Continue reading

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Congress Created the Spying Monster

Please read this article by Judge Napolitano. You will discover that we are much deeper in the dark pit of the tyranny of a police state than even the most skeptical of us imagined. It is time boys. — jtl, … Continue reading

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