Red tape and regulations are in abundance these days and often threaten the livelihood of ranching operations. Here are 6 tips from a lobbyist and a lawyer on how to navigate the stressful world of grazing permits on public land from.
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The 43rd annual observance of Earth Day is April 22, a day on which Americans traditionally focus on the environment. It’s also a day on which certain elements will criticize beef production despite the evidence to the contrary.
With the death tax a constant threat to America’s farm and ranch families, now’s the time to sit down with a lawyer and get your affairs in order. Yet, 90% of families either don’t have an estate plan or are inadequately protected, says Brian Kirby, a Sioux Falls, SD-based lawyer and partner at Lindquist & Vennum.
There’s a growing movement that believes the conventional wisdom of eating “everything in moderation” is simply wrong. Perhaps achieving optimal health is as simple as drawings on the cave wall – eat like our ancestors and live a long, healthy life, with meat as the primary source of fuel.