Tag Archives: conventional range management

USDA partnership improving sage-grouse habitat, grazing lands

“Thanks to the interest from ranchers and support of our conservation partners, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is working to secure this species’ future while maintaining our vibrant western economies,” Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment Robert Bonnie said … Continue reading

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Fight temptation this spring; your pastures will reward you

 I offer this as a prime example of the totally wrong-headed conventional approach to range and pasture management—a checklist for what NOT to do, if you will. — jtl From Dow AgroSciences via Beef If you decide your situation warrants … Continue reading

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Stocking Rate Rant

A big deep breath, then a long sigh…. What these conventional range management clowns did is exactly the type of thing I have ranted a lot about lately (See: The Myth of Light, Moderate and Heavy Grazing, The Myth that is … Continue reading

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