Monthly Archives: October 2017

Sage grouse review stirs controversy

We know the ranching community, specifically public lands ranchers, have unique challenges and opportunities. This one-size-fits-all approach restricted our ability to play our part in this conservation effort.” One of the keys is increasing ground cover which is accomplished with … Continue reading

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Did the Indians Understand the Concept of Private Property?

In spite of the tribes’ habitual use of personal property, and in spite of a clear understanding that ownership in land can be both asserted and traded, the idea that the Indians “did not have the concept of property or property rights,” continues to … Continue reading

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Expert: Evidence Points Towards Multiple Shooters In Vegas! We Are Witnessing A Coverup

There is one small thing that bothers me about this analysis. The “experts” seem to have not been shot at enough (and it doesn’t take much) to note that when the hammer drops the gun goes “boom.” But when the … Continue reading

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A Legion of Devils

I have often wondered if Sherman had a touch of pyromania in his makeup, as his men burned everything they came across, no matter what or where it was. I can see destroying military objectives, that’s a part of war, … Continue reading

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Horse Overpopulation Update

Today, the estimated population is about 73,000 wild horses and burros in 10 Western states, a record number since the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act was passed…That is almost three times the number the habitat can sustainably support … Continue reading

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Meet your local anti-government extremist groups

With violent rhetoric surging since Trump’s election, it helps to know your neighbors. Here is what the Radical Environmentalist branch of our Marxist Enemy thinks of us. The feeling is mutual. — jtl, 419 by Tay Wiles via High Country News … Continue reading

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Richard Teague et al. on Benefits of Planned Grazing

Finally, an academic with an open mind. Something is wrong with this picture (sarcasm in case you didn’t notice).  via Chris Gill at the Circle Ranch   Here is peer reviewed, hard science from Texas A&M on the topic of holistic … Continue reading

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