By Jamie Keyes, Utah State University Extension The debate that surrounds the management of feral horses is a controversy that encircles the west and its...>Read More
Drought affects ranches directly in terms of the amount of forage produced and water availability for livestock. Lost forage production is the most critical...>Read More
Written by Rachel Frost and Jeff Mosley, Montana State UniversityLivestock grazing is one of the most widespread and important uses of rangelands. Renewable...>Read More
Rangelands are dynamic ecosystems that produce a wide variety of goods and services desired by society, including livestock forage, wildlife habitat, water,...>Read More
Written by Mindy Pratt, Utah State UniversityThe term “riparian” is defined as vegetation, habitats, or ecosystems that are associated with bodies of water...>Read More
Written by Mindy Pratt, Utah State University ExtensionPoisonous plants are a major cause of economic loss to the livestock industry. Each year poisonous...>Read More
Written by Brad Schultz, Extension Educator, Winnemucca, NevadaCurrently, the most widely accepted classification system for rangelands is the Ecological...>Read More
Nation prepares to develop standards and protocols for widespread civilian useA 2012 Congressional mandate directed the Federal Aeronautics Administration...>Read More
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