Managing Rangeland Ecosystems

We manage land using planned grazing strategies responsive to landowners’ conservation goals and our own assessments of ecosystem health and livestock production plans.

We use carefully planned grazing to improve the health of rangelands, whether we own the land ourselves or lease it to graze our livestock. We have extensive collective experience managing grazing on privately-owned ranches, leased ranches, Forest Service and BLM allotments, Indian reservations, wildlife refuges, and private conservation lands.

We plan our grazing and cattle work according to the nature of the seasons and the land itself. We are experienced in managing livestock on rugged, undeveloped land bases without the need for expensive infrastructure. We also graze cattle in smaller pastures or on irrigated and cultivated farm fields, sometimes managing them intensively with temporary electric fencing, to promote animal performance, soil health and forage growth.