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Ranchers lose grazing suit in Idaho
— Justice to determine if appeal needed. — Approximately 800,000 acres impacted. A federal court judge in Idaho recently ruled that livestock grazing on approximately 800,000 acres of federally-managed land in the state must be stopped later this month in order to preserve and improve wildlife habitat. Ranching organizations said the judge’s findings directly contradict a ruling earlier this year that said challenges to federal grazing rights must...
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