With federal protections and no natural predators, the populations of the free-roaming animals have skyrocketed. If you can’t drag them away, can you pay people to take them away?
President Trump pardoned Oregon Ranchers who were convicted of setting fire to public lands. The case eventually inspired the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Rep. Rob Bishop (R-UT) says the reduction of national monuments is the first step, but more work is needed.
You’ll be surprised by how much wild horses are costing you. Is it possible to manage wild horses in a way that benefits the horses and the taxpayers?
"We have to be forward thinking and innovative when it comes to solving the current problems in our public lands management." --Leslie Robinson, Montana Lieutenant Governor candidate
The West Coast’s preeminent rangeland scientists joined forces recently to confront anti-livestock grazing perspectives.
We always hear about the basis but how can you use it to make marketing decisions?