Sage grouse dominates NV, CA cattlemens’ meetings

Nov 25, 2013
What do sage grouse, feral horses, drought, wildfire and yellowlegged frogs have in common? Any rancher who attended last week’s Nevada and California cattlemens’ public lands committee meetings might tell you he knows the answer: they all pose serious threats to the future of ranching on federal lands.

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