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Ginn Family Farm
Located in Clinton, Ontario, the Ginn Family Farm operates a purebred red Angus cow‐calf operation. Over the past 25 years, the farm has taken major steps to create a healthy and productive ecosystem.
Guide to Native Grassland Management in Nebraska
The Nature Conservancy, Nebraska
The Guide to Native Grasslands Management in Nebraska was created to aid Great Plains land managers in their grassland management decisions.
Ranchos Salinillas, Nuevo Leon
Salinillas Ranch, located in Nuevo Leon State in Mexico, is committed to enhancing the health, productivity and profitability of their land. Grazing management strategies are central to the ranch’s success and the ranch considers grazing as an important contributor to maximum grassland health.
Sharing the Land with Pinyon-Juniper Birds
Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, Colorado
The Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory created this document to educate land managers about beneficial practices that can enhance pinyon-juniper bird habitat on their land. It was developed with funding primarily provided by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Silver Hills Ranch
Lumby, British Columbia
At Silver Hills Ranch located in Lumby, British Columbia, productivity has increased by using grazing and water management practices. Livestock rotation has been employed to reduce grassland overexploitation and increase manure spreading over the property.
Slovek Ranch Philip, South Dakota
Bill and Pennie Slovek
The Slovek Ranch is located near Philip, South Dakota, where Bill – a third generation rancher – his wife Pennie and their youngest son Bo, run approximately 900 cow-calf pairs on over 13,000 acres. They also rent 6,000 to 7,000 acres every year.
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