WOLF NECROPSY Introduction by Editor This compelling video begins with the necropsy of a cow killed by wolves. Filled with facts about the impact of swelling wolf populations in Mountain West states, this video is both alarming, and an excellent resource for educating those who have been misled to believeContinue Reading

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COMMENTARY: Tracy Stone-Manning would be bad for Nevada By Dan Newhouse and Crescent Hardy for Las Vegas Review Journal Nevada’s senators will soon face a critical vote on the confirmation of Tracy Stone-Manning as director of the Bureau of Land Management. Many may be asking: Who is Tracy Stone-Manning, and whyContinue Reading

GREG HENDERSON FOR DROVERS Final results show California voters rejected Proposition 15, a decision celebrated as a victory by a broad array of industry and agriculture groups. The ballot measure was defeated by a margin of more than 650,000 votes (52% No – 48% Yes). Proposition 15 threatened voter-approved taxContinue Reading

California’s Prop 15 Will ‘Punish Farmers and Ranchers’ by Greg Henderson for Drovers Politicians lie. That may not be a startling revelation, and usually when you vote you have some idea whether or not a candidate aligns with your political ideals. At least sometimes. Such is not the case withContinue Reading

By Greg Henderson for Drovers Idaho sheep ranchers are asking the general public, “Leave our dogs alone.” Several working dogs have been “rescued” by well-meaning hikers or campers in Idaho, recently, who believe the dogs to be lost or abandoned. Enough of the incidents have occurred that southern Idaho officialsContinue Reading

UPDATE: The Great American Outdoors Act was signed into law by President Trump on July 23, 2020 July 23, 2020 For Immediate Release Ranchers and stockmen alarmed by implications of the Great American Outdoors Act Maintenance backlogs, decayed infrastructure and environmental destruction in America’s national parks, monuments, and other federalContinue Reading

By Angus M. Thuermer for WyoFile Judge: No evidence of ‘certain and great harm’ to grizzlies A judge shared his reasoning Friday on why he refused to halt the killing of grizzly bears, killings that protect a historic Wyoming cattle drive and ranching operation on the Bridger-Teton National Forest. ConservationContinue Reading

Op-Ed by RANGE magazine writer, Hank Vogler                                                              Fumes From The Farm              Mark Twain said, ”The news of my death was greatly exaggerated”. The news that Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) is giving up likewise appears to be greatly exaggerated, or at the very least an oxymoron. WhyContinue Reading

Fake Out by Lee Pitts It seems like everything is fake these days: fake news, fake ice cream, fake money, fake teeth, fake knees, fake hips and fake identities. Bald guys are wearing toupees, women are getting fake boobs and fake people pester me on the phone with robo callsContinue Reading

Wolves hurt livestock and local communities in the United States and France. By Michel Meuret, Pierre-Louis Osty and Fred Provenza, Ph.D.s and rangeland scientists. Grey wolves were reintroduced in the northern Rocky Mountains (NRM) in the mid-1990s, at about the same time wolves discretely came on their own to France,Continue Reading