Category Archives: Government/Politics

Lobbyists for radical “humane” groups steering national policy

Amanda Radke for BEEF Daily Holly Spangler recently wrote for BEEF’s sister publication, Farm Progress, a blog post that really hit home for me. Titled, “Tired, but making a difference,”…

More Fiddling While Forests Burn

by GREG WALCHER on NOVEMBER 8, 2019 What if someone said they planned to burn down your house, but it’s for your own good? They need to study how houses burn, so they…

Fake Green vs. Real Green

An endangered fish does the unmasking. Words & Photos by Dan Dagget One of the most exceptional stretches of riparian habitat in the American Southwest is under serious ecological threat….

Real MEAT Act introduced to address fake meat and deceptive labeling

Tri-state Livestock News Bill Aims to Combat Deceptive Labeling of Plant-Based Fake Meat The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) today applauded the bipartisan introduction of the Real MEAT (Marketing Edible…

South Dakota Rancher educates U.S. Senate about environmental benefits of grazing

Drovers News Source American Beef Is A Climate Change Solution, Rancher Says South Dakota cattle producer Todd Wilkinson told a U.S. Senate subcommittee that contrary to the claims of some…

American Policy Center warns of World Wildlife Fund infiltration into domestic beef policy

The following is a series of highlights from a recent email sent to supporters of American Policy Center. Tom DeWeese is a frequent contributor to RANGE magazine. It’s urgent! That’s…

Obama’s EPA interpreted “navigable” waters to mean ALL waters in crushing WOTUS rule

It Means What It Says by GREG WALCHER on SEPTEMBER 29, 2019 Leaders are often advised to be straightforward. “Say what you mean, and mean what you say.” The quote is often attributed…

Colorado’s radical governor goes after state’s top export, beef

Published by Greely Tribune in behalf of the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association Bill Hammerich: Colorado Governor starts food fight with farmers and ranchers Agriculture is a significant contributor to Colorado’s economy,…

Ranchers in Southwest struggle with high cost of Mexican gray wolves

MEXICAN GRAY WOLF LIVESTOCK KILLS ARE RISING RAPIDLY IN ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO Kenneth Artz Heartland Institute July 8, 2019 Endangered Mexican gray wolves, reintroduced by the federal government to…

Hammond’s allowed limited grazing while radical enviros challenge them in court

Federal judge limits cattle grazing for Harney County’s Hammond Ranches By Maxine Bernstein as posted in the Bend Bulletin A federal judge will allow Hammond Ranches Inc. to graze its…