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Five-step process for ranch operations

SDSU Extension Range Specialist
Roger Gates |

Life is filled with landmarks. The start of a new year comes around regularly. If we choose to, the New Year provides an opportunity for reflection and anticipation. In its simplest form, the thought process might include: “Where yuh been? Where are yuh? and Where yuh goin’?”

I’ve encouraged grassland managers to use a more elaborate, five-step process as they consider planning for stewardship and management of their rangelands, but the process can be applied appropriately to any and all phases of operating a ranch.

Life is filled with landmarks. The start of a new year comes around regularly. If we choose to, the New Year provides an opportunity for reflection and anticipation. In its simplest form, the thought process might include: “Where yuh been? Where are yuh? and Where yuh goin’?”



I’ve encouraged grassland managers to use a more elaborate, five-step process as they consider planning for stewardship and management of their rangelands, but the process can be applied appropriately to any and all phases of operating a ranch.

Life is filled with landmarks. The start of a new year comes around regularly. If we choose to, the New Year provides an opportunity for reflection and anticipation. In its simplest form, the thought process might include: “Where yuh been? Where are yuh? and Where yuh goin’?”



I’ve encouraged grassland managers to use a more elaborate, five-step process as they consider planning for stewardship and management of their rangelands, but the process can be applied appropriately to any and all phases of operating a ranch.

Life is filled with landmarks. The start of a new year comes around regularly. If we choose to, the New Year provides an opportunity for reflection and anticipation. In its simplest form, the thought process might include: “Where yuh been? Where are yuh? and Where yuh goin’?”

I’ve encouraged grassland managers to use a more elaborate, five-step process as they consider planning for stewardship and management of their rangelands, but the process can be applied appropriately to any and all phases of operating a ranch.

Life is filled with landmarks. The start of a new year comes around regularly. If we choose to, the New Year provides an opportunity for reflection and anticipation. In its simplest form, the thought process might include: “Where yuh been? Where are yuh? and Where yuh goin’?”

I’ve encouraged grassland managers to use a more elaborate, five-step process as they consider planning for stewardship and management of their rangelands, but the process can be applied appropriately to any and all phases of operating a ranch.

Life is filled with landmarks. The start of a new year comes around regularly. If we choose to, the New Year provides an opportunity for reflection and anticipation. In its simplest form, the thought process might include: “Where yuh been? Where are yuh? and Where yuh goin’?”

I’ve encouraged grassland managers to use a more elaborate, five-step process as they consider planning for stewardship and management of their rangelands, but the process can be applied appropriately to any and all phases of operating a ranch.


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