Ranchers seek to intervene in grazing suit
Faced with the possibility of losing approximately 83,000 animal unit
months from grazing permits on 11 national forests in California, officials
with the California Cattlemen= s Association (CCA) recently announced
plans to file for intervener status in a court case challenging revisions
to federal grazing policy.
In February, California Attorney General
Bill Lockyer and several radical environmental organizations filed lawsuits
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