Tag Archives: Wildlife management

Book Review: The Pseudoscience of Invasive Species “Biology”

Exposing the failures of the Land Grant University System. — jtl, 419 Courtesy of Chris and Laura Gill at the Circle Ranch “Competitive” or cooperative? Bighorn and aoudad sharing range and water at Circle Ranch. No science supports the claim that … Continue reading

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Managing the Ranch as a Business: The Role of Time

By Dr. Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume, President & CEO, Land & Livestock International, Inc.  Continuing our analysis of Alan Savory’s Four Key Insights.   Key Insight 4: The Role of Time   Damage from overgrazing and trampling has little relationship to animal … Continue reading

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Managing the Ranch as a Business: Key Insights.

By Dr. Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume, President & CEO, Land & Livestock International, Inc. Resistance to Change  Even trained scientists can never be objective about new information. When Alan Savory and Stan Parsons first set up shop on this continent … Continue reading

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The Myth that is Conventional Range Management

by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume (Extracted from Chapter 3 of A Handbook for Ranch Managers by Jimmy T. LaBaume.)  Range managers like to trace the origin of their “profession” to the Taylor Grazing Act and the birth of the … Continue reading

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