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Find out how to improve livestock production while maintaining the value of the soil and land.

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The sentiment is unanimous – among the day-work cowboys anyway, and maybe a few “wanna be” ranchers seeking leased land. “That lady is crazy. There’s plenty of grass on that ranch.”

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The U.S. is covered in vast amounts of rural farm and ranch land. But as urban sprawl continues to stretch farther out and develop rural lands, landowners want to preserve their property from such expansion.

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The arid Western states are prone to seasonal wildfires, especially during drought conditions. Targeted grazing can provide forage for cattle and create firebreaks to slow a wildfire’s momentum.

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The underlying theme you must recognize in making a land purchase is: Land has become recognized as an investment-class asset.

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To a forage-hungry cow, the great sagebrush sea of the West embodies the famous paraphrasing of a Coleridge quotation: water, water, everywhere – but not a drop to drink.

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Native rangelands are an integral part of the beef industry in many regions of the U.S.

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