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Nebraska AgrAbility success story dies in UTV accident

· July 18, 2018

A Nebraska rancher, who battled adversity his entire life, passed away Saturday after a fatal UTV accident. Hebron cattleman and a Nebraska AgrAbility success story, Clayton Hergott had been checking cattle Saturday when his UTV overturned. According to the sheriff,  the condition of one of the tires on the UTV indicates it may have blown […]

Dead cattle on Calif. ranch may be over grazing rights dispute

· June 18, 2018

The Santa Clara Sheriff’s Office has an opened an investigation after finding dead cattle on a property near Henry Coe Park in central California. Authorities believe the cows died due to a grazing rights dispute between the land owner and the cattle owner. Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating a case involving several dead and buried […]

Giant onion pile wasn’t free for taking; it was cattle feed

· May 31, 2018

A misleading Facebook post led several Las Cruces, New Mexico residents into a rancher’s field and looting his cattle feed. A giant onion pile the rancher had acquired as a cheap supplement for his herd wasn’t up for grabs, but that didn’t stop locals from taking the vegetables. According to Las Cruces Sun News, James […]

What in the world did this Montana rancher shoot?

· May 29, 2018

A large wolf-like creature shot and killed May 16 by a Montana rancher has wildlife officials scratching their heads as to what kind of animal it is. After the animal came within several hundred yards of the rancher’s livestock near Denton, he shot it and reported it as required by law. The animal was a […]

Ranchers in Western Oklahoma wildfire area need hay

· April 18, 2018

If you have hay to spare, ranchers in the path of the Western Oklahoma wildfire desperately need it to feed their cattle. Large wildfires in Western Oklahoma sparked last week and continue to burn encompassing over 300,000 acres and growing. “Hay is the number one need right now,” said Dana Bay, Woodward County OSU Extension […]

Standoff rancher’s son to run for Nevada governor

· March 9, 2018

The son of a controversial Nevada rancher has announced he’s running for governor in 2018. Ryan Bundy, son of Cliven Bundy, told the The Nevada Independent  Thursday that he plans to file to run for governor as an independent on March 14. Ryan and Cliven rose to national fame after their 2014 standoff with law […]

Texas rancher files lawsuit after finding surveillance camera

· February 16, 2018

A Texas rancher has filed a lawsuit against Border Patrol and the Texas Rangers after discovering a surveillance camera on his property without his consent. KGNS.TV reported this wasn’t the first incident the Encinal rancher has had with Border Patrol as agents routinely patrol his property. However, when Ricardo Palacios found a surveillance camera in […]

Wyoming rancher tells Congress: “Let us loose!”

· February 7, 2018

A third-generation rancher and industry leader in environmental stewardship has asked Congress to empower ranchers and local land managers by reducing the regulatory burdens they face. Today Niels Hansen, Secretary/Treasurer of the Public Lands Council and a member of NCBA, testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works to explain how onerous […]

Judge dismisses standoff case against Cliven Bundy

· January 9, 2018

A judge has dismissed the case against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, his sons, and another co-defendant in their 2014 standoff with federal agents. U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro threw out the felony conspiracy and weapons charges Monday citing “flagrant misconduct” by prosecutors and FBI. Navarro said “the government’s conduct in this case was indeed outrageous. […]

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