On the Hoof in Winters: Lamb Chops (And Other Crops) Made Here

Alarmingly, many folks these days don’t even think about where their food comes from when they support policies and agency regulations that hurt American farmers’ and ranchers’ ability to stay in business. That’s got to change – and very soon – before we lose our ability to produce food and fiber. As you will see in this […]

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Why bother? What Montana Ranchers Wish We Knew

Ranchers say, “…The future of the ranching lifestyle is uncertain…”, “…People think we’re antagonists to good wildlife management and that’s not the case at all…”, and “There are so many people who don’t have any ties to the land that we have to make an effort to get out and tell our story. Because we have a very good […]

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This Ain’t Our Grandfather’s Clear Cut: Sustainable Logging

Forest management practices have changed, Baby!  Sustainable logging allows foresters to harvest marketable logs over time at a rate that contributes to the economy, protects habitat, wildlife, and safeguards the health of the forest. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-Cn1FwuRpg

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SF Bay Area Ranches: Healthy Habitat, Beef Cattle, Families

When you take Hwy 680 through the southeast Bay Area, do you appreciate the magnificent landscape along the freeway? Do you appreciate the management of fire fuels on the hillsides? When you stop for dinner (if you aren’t a vegan or vegetarian!) – would a steak taste good?  Thank these environmentalists! From the California Beef Council:    […]

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