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ranch

extensive grazing or pastoral farm or holding. See also range (2). Called also station, run, selection.

ranch cattle
brood cows, commercial cattle used for producing young cattle for fattening.
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The biggest hurdle we have are the areas close to the estuaries - ranchland, rural individuals, fishing industry, cargo, shippers, and residents around the bay.
Great Plains Montana towns in this study are classified by their type of setting: irrigated-valley, grainland, and ranchland.
So the first person I called was my good friend Rob Reynolds, owner of Ranchland Outfitters in Alberta.
In the summer of 2011, I hunted pronghorns with Table Mountain Outfitters, which operates on more than 100,000 acres of privately owned ranchland outside the town of Douglas.
The Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program was cut by $35 million, while the Farm and Ranchland Protection Program was cut by $50 million.
Jim owns and manages more than 2,400 acres (970 hectares) of ranchland in the Blackfoot River Valley of Montana, which features tremendous habitat diversity supporting a wide variety of fish and wildlife species.
Wilson Peak Ranch's 329 acres are part of more than 1,400 acres of ranchland and amenities to be commonly managed by two families.
The fires, which started in hilly ranchland between Moorpark and Fillmore in unincorporated Ventura County, blew across city lines along a miles-long front.
Direct observations involved face-to-face interviews with CDOW personnel, Ranchland League personnel and landowner participants.
Throughout his 18,000 acres of ranchland and 125 acres of vineyards, Sinton uses a variety of innovative practices to promote sustainability and protect the environment.
But SB 1037 also wipes out land use protections for thousands of acres of ranchland, categorically reclassifying them as nonresource lands open to development.