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The Art of the Cattle Move I: The Philosophy

 Hopefully, this will help the public understand and appreciate ranchers, what they do  and how they conserve the land and their family oriented lifestyle. — jtl, 419 by Madeline Jorden at Ranchlands Review   https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/rwZdRBJbqg4?rel=0&autohide=1&hd=1&iv_load_policy=3&wmode=transparent&modestbranding=1&autoplay=0 The core of Ranchlands’ ranching … Continue reading

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What the Oregon Standoff Is Really About

 “What saved the Malheur Refuge from being destroyed by drainage along with other federal refuges in the region were precisely its tangled water rights and the stubbornness of local ranchers.” …Yet the federal officials who today preside over the refuge … Continue reading

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Why Ranchers Hate the EPA

By Greg Henderson and Friends via Grazing the Net Yakima, Wash., rancher Jack Field is concerned newly proposed regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could significantly hinder his business. But Andy and Katie Johnson have run afoul of EPA’s … Continue reading

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