Carrie Stadheim, Editor |

Carrie Stadheim, Editor

Carrie Longwood Stadheim grew up on a Hereford ranch south of Lemmon, South Dakota. After graduating from South Dakota State University with an agricultural journalism degree, she hired on with the South Dakota Stockgrowers Association as the Executive Director. There she realized her passion for serving as a spokesman for independent ranchers to help protect them from unfair trade policies, anti-agriculture activists and government overreach. When she and her husband Jeremy started a family, she decided she needed to slow down and reluctantly gave up her position with the Stockgrwers. She freelanced for several years and then hired on part time with Tri-State Livestock News in 2012 and took the full time editor position in 2014.

Recent Articles

April 12, 2019 - ND House passes protection from public, leaves private land open to hunters

March 8, 2019 - Winter’s Wrath: Ranchers deal with cold while helping newborns survive

March 1, 2019 - Staking a claim: Montanans should file for their water rights before June 30

February 22, 2019 - North Dakota Senate passes bill on property rights

February 1, 2019 - Hope for the Hammonds: Interior Secretary reinstates Oregon family’s BLM grazing permit

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