Tag Archives: livestock

Notion that giving up meat will save the planet is pure bull s***

Cows are getting a bad rap and it’s time to set the record straight: Giving up meat won’t save the planet Frank Mitloehner The Conversation, Business Insider Advocates urge the…

Misguided wolf introductions wreaking havoc on wildlife populations and livestock

Rural America Live joins wildlife and ranching experts with Big Game Forever for an important program about the consequences, costs, and dangers of misguided efforts to introduce wolves into settled…

Ranchers see through anti-cattle motives of APR “Living with Wildlife” conference

  Northern Ag Network Ranchers Struggle with American Prairie Reserve Wildlife Conference Many ranchers philosophically disagree with the mission of the American Prairie Reserve to buy private ranchland, take it…

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Coalition forms to stop wolf introduction into Colorado

PRESS RELEASE The Colorado Stop the Wolf Coalition Grand Junction, CO – January 8, 2019 – The Colorado Stop the Wolf Coalition was recently formed by concerned sportsmen, farmers and…

Predators pile on Montana livestock losses

Originally published by Northernag.net Predators Eat Away Montana Livestock Loss Board Budget As another year draws to a close, the Montana Livestock Loss Board said Montana ranchers once again faced…

Horses ARE Livestock: Trump Farm Bill confirms what we all know to be true

Originally posted by Protect the Harvest Farm Bill Ends the Debate – Horses are Livestock Last week, the Farm Bill was passed through both chambers of Congress and was signed…

Snow, death, and learning to trust God on the South Dakota plains

“I pushed open the gate and all at once saw dead horses. I counted 7! I gave Dad the signal and he shook his head in disbelief! That’s crazy! Horses…

Wildfires cause devastating losses to livestock in Utah town

Ashton Goodell KSL SPANISH FORK — Cattle ranchers in Spanish Fork suffered devastating losses to their livestock after the Pole Creek Fire swept through Sweat Creek Canyon. The fire killed…

What To Do About Growing Conflicts Over Rangelands in the West — Part 2

Grazing rights are inherently tenuous because agencies continually reallocate rangeland resources and adjust -so-called grazing privileges to meet changing political conditions. Moreover, without the right to acquire grazing permits for…

The Code of Rural Gate Etiquette — Range Wars & Legal Tales — by Mancos MacLeod

  In the West, there is the well-known saying that “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors.”  But regardless of the condition of a fence, it doesn’t do much good if someone…