Tag Archives: Texas

Wild Texas

I’ve been told that Australia is the only place a Texan can go and NOT get homesick. I don’t believe that for a minute. There is no such place anywhere on this earth. (Click on the URL below) — jtl, … Continue reading

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This Week at the Circle Ranch

Lots of good stuff here this week. In particular, I’d like to call your attention to the article on the bottom. Lowell Catlett is a friend, former colleague at NMSU and fellow Texian. I heard this talk at the NM … Continue reading

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The Folly of 1845: Texas and the Evils of Annexation

If you have hung out with us here at this blog for any length of time at all, then you probably already know more about history than 99.9% of the zombies out there. Here is one that they probably never … Continue reading

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Water conservation takes center stage in Kansas, Texas

Meanwhile in Texas, voters took to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 5, and approved a constitutional amendment, Proposition 6, to dedicate $2 billion from the state’s rainy day fund to establish a revolving fund to be used for reservoirs, pipelines and … Continue reading

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From Gung-Ho Marine to Anarcho-capitalist

By Rich Wilcke via LewRockwell.com THE BETRAYED: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfits, Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume, Land & Livestock International, © 2013, 531 pgs. Jimmy LaBaume is not only a friend, he is my favorite oner, which is a common four-letter … Continue reading

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Texas court finds agency can’t deny pecan farmers’ water rights without compensation

by Jennifer Thompson via the Pacific Legal Foundation Blog Last October, we related the story of Glenn and JoLynn Bragg, pecan farmers in Medina County, Texas, who suffered from a state agency’s taking of their water rights.  PLF filed an amicus … Continue reading

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Rodearing

The Rodear Initiative Rodearing is a lot like sheep herding!  Cattle are naturally gregarious, but need to be “trained” to stay in such close proximity.  This same response to herding should be advantageous in the presence of predators. Here we’re utilizing … Continue reading

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Cattle Rustling – A comeback crime

By Kristine Galvan, Reporter – bio from myfox houston http://www.myfoxhouston.com/story/23201228/2013/08/20/cattle-rustling-a-comeback-crime     HOUSTON (FOX 26) – If the theory of survival of the fittest proves true, it makes sense to expect modern crimes emerging from modern times- from cyber identity theft schemes to … Continue reading

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N.M. rancher: ‘It’s crazy dry’

And the really sad thing is that much if this suffering is unnecessary because it could have been (and can be) prevented. Check us out at http://landandlivestockinternational.com and give us a call. It is what we do for a living.   … Continue reading

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Wildlife Operations and the Agriculture Tax Exemption

Attention land owners: Cattle, when managed our way, can actually improve your wildlife habitat. We can show you how. Go to http://www.landandlivestockinternational.com check us out and give us a call. Insight and Opinion by Jesse Womack via RanchNetwork.com Currently in … Continue reading

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