Tag Archives: North Dakota

North Dakota judge clarifies 13-state WOTUS ruling

Judge says ruling in 13-state Waters of the U.S. case applies only to those states, not nationwide Far from the perfect solution but better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. — jtl, 419 via Beef Producer … Continue reading

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Court says no to EPA’s WOTUS rule

Good news, especially seeing how the rule was scheduled to take effect today! We get a break every now and then. — jtl, 419 From Craig Rucker at CFACT At the eleventh hour a federal court ordered an injunction blocking … Continue reading

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North Dakota – More Equal Than Other States?

North Dakota has the liberty to manage its own lands. As a result, it has become the nation’s top economic powerhouse – growing economically at five times the national average. Hell, look at Texas with very little “pubic” (not a … Continue reading

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Working livestock with nature will build bigger profits

I really focus on profits and I make no apologies for it. That is ultimately the purpose of all business and I think we tend to forget that in the tradition-bound beef industry. Me too. I wish I had a … Continue reading

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Profitable Ranching Necessitates Both Mental And Physical Work

If you attempt to do planned grazing, creating a strategic plan is the most important step. With a strategic plan, you can even get by with approaching the remainder of the program half-heartedly and still achieve some degree of success. Without … Continue reading

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The Transfer of Public Lands Act is Clearly Constitutional! -Part 2

Ken Ivory, President, American Lands Council Some ignorantly assert that it would be illegal or unconstitutional for western states to compel the federal government to transfer title of the public lands to the states even though it’s already been done before – … Continue reading

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