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Jason Campbell, WLJ Correspondent

Jun 24, 2016
Few issues have been as divisive or have touched a collective nerve throughout the ranching community over the past few years in the way that public land ownership has. In nearly every western state, as politicians debate the merits of land ownership by government agencies, the same agencies continue to acquire new acreage.

Feb 26, 2016
Just a year after officials with California’s Point Reyes National Seashore (PRNS) garnered national headlines by shutting down an oyster farm within its borders, three anti-grazing groups have filed suit, contending that the ranchers who graze the property just north of San Francisco should be removed as well.

Apr 17, 2015
Amid growing concerns over antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria and an increasing tendency to lay those concerns at the feet of the livestock industry, a bill currently being considered in the Oregon Senate could drastically impact the use of antibiotics by the state’s livestock producers.

Sep 8, 2014
With two dozen sheep confirmed to be killed by wolves in recent weeks, northeast Washington ranchers Dave and Julie Dashiell have elected to remove their remaining flock to a safer location, rather than face further depredations. While the danger of wolf predation has been removed, the Dashiells point out that the deci sion.

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