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So you want to be a cowboy?

FOLLOW LAND & LIVESTOCK INTERNATIONAL ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our Online Rancher Supply Store The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfits. Although woven around the experiences and adventures of one man, this is also the story … Continue reading

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Numbers Show Going Meatless Is Losing Its ‘Cool’

by Amanda Radke in BEEF Daily Participation in Meatless Mondays is dwindling. It’s been a decade since the Meatless Mondays campaign was launched. At first, it seemed everyone was jumping on the bandwagon to skip meat as a kickoff to their week. The campaign claimed … Continue reading

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Using livestock to restore vegetation to arid land

We were blaming too many animals for causing desertification, when it was really too few. Yep, and that is exactly why conventional principles of range management (as taught for decades in university systems all over the world) have done more than … Continue reading

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Cattle And Trout Can Be Friends

Jesse Bussard in one of the sharpest young up and commers in our industry. I would hope you all will give her your support. — jtl  By Jesse Bussard via Beef Producer Trout streams need the same things as grass … Continue reading

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Profitable Ranchers

Profitable Ranchers from a Facebook post by Kit Pharo Profitable Ranchers manage their grass in such a way that they are able to increases grass production by 50% to well over 200%… This allows them to graze year-round – with … Continue reading

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