It's still "The old stereotype of the farmer in overalls" that prepares the soil, puts the seed in the ground, tends the crop, harvest the crop, markets the crop, either makes a profit or not,...
"respect of the older male ranchers who make up the majority of the readers who check out this blog each day."
uuuuuuhhhhhh, that would be me :-)
Sorry we missed you in Billings last...
Defining "sustainable" is like trying to define "corporate farm"
Working to make sure this place will work for some of my parents great grandchildren should they end up here.
If the good doctor Oz looks like a duck, walks like a duck, sounds like a duck, he's probably a quack.
I'm of the coyote school myself. They usually have the job about done by the time we find the carcass.
Grass, I have to disagree on the point of short term decisions. Most short term decisions are made to facilitate long term decisions, either fiscal or stewardship.
Oz is a sensationalizing ratings whore, just like most of the rest of "talk TV"
Can you tell he puts me in a bad MOOOOOOD?
"My God" how far down this misguided trail do we have to go. The whole idea of a Market steer 4-H project is to learn to raise and market a "market steer".
The Swain incident just again proves the ignorance of present day society.