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Using Models for Desert Bighorn Conservation | CIRCLE RANCH

Posted by Chris Gill at the Circle Ranch Circle Ranch’s tips for bighorn restoration: Increase water. Add lots of free water everywhere. The more locations, the better. Make drinkers and supplies big enough to support large cattle herds, multiple wild … Continue reading

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Video: Circle Ranch High Country

 If you are a Texan, you will understand. If not, sorry boys I just got captured and carried away by the music. I hope you enjoy it and the scenery too. — jtl, 419 Posted by Chris Gill  Pronghorn, Desert … Continue reading

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  Farmers Put Down the Plow for More Productive Soil Holistic farming concepts are completely portable to rangeland management.  The goal of all ranch managers should be the increase of soil fertility.  From this, all else will follow. Article originally … Continue reading

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This Week at the Circle

Deer Hunted in Medina, Uvalde Counties Tests Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease “The rules developed by TPWD to deal with CWD accelerate the proliferation of high fences and their associated industrial deer raising methods. These practices both caused, and now … Continue reading

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This Week at the Circle

Restoring Desert Grasslands with Intensive Grazing There are lots of ways to get animal impact onto ranges.   Australia: Same idea, smaller scale at Circle Ranch, in the high-desert mountains of far-West Texas: Animal Impact Made Easy #1 from Christopher … Continue reading

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This week at the Circle Ranch

  Animal Impact Made Easy #1 Join a  a “pasture walk” at Circle Ranch in far-West Texas to observe how we use cattle to restore grasslands in our high-desert mountains. Animal Impact Made Easy #1 from Christopher Gill on Vimeo. … Continue reading

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This Week on the Circle Ranch

 Exciting Horse Fossil Discovery in Nevada Desert Horses, burros and their ancestors have been in our deserts for millions of years. A short video on wild burros at Circle Ranch appears below this article. Scientists excavating an Ice Age mammoth … Continue reading

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Out Here in The Middle

by Chris Gill at The Circle Ranch Out Here in The Middle is a short video about summer at the Circle Ranch, in the high-desert mountains of far-West Texas. It is just a presentation of some of the most scenic beauty … 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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