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Friday, March 11, 2011

Environmentalists speaking out for ranching

by Andy Rieber - WLJ Correspondent

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This is an excellent and long overdue article about the benefits of well managed livestock ranching operations -- yes there may be a few bad apples in the barrel -- fellow ranchers shuld help ttoidentify those and drum them out of the corp! This article should be made available to the newspapers in Santa Fe, NM, Boise, Idaho and Phoenix, AZ, home to Wild Earth Gurdians, Western Watershed and Center for Biooiversity respectively -- and all of whom are dedicated to removing livestock from public lands where well managed grazing herbivores are desperately needed for the health of the land
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