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25 Things I Want My Ranch Kids To Know

By   /  May 27, 2013  /  Comments Off on 25 Things I Want My Ranch Kids To Know

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Photo by Rachel Larsen, The Sagebrush Sea

Editors Note:

Normally, we devote a lot of time to the “Hows” and the “Science” side of grazing management.  But since this week starts with Memorial Day we thought it would be nice to devote some space to reflection.  On Memorial Day, we take time to honor those who gave their lives in service to the United States.  At On Pasture we’d also like to honor those who spend their days in service to their communities, and who are working to raise the next generation.

Rachel Larsen is one of those people raising the next generation and she has given a lot of thought to what she wants her ranch kids to know.  She’s put into words what we think so many are doing, so click here to read her list.  These 25 things create not just great graziers, but great people too.

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About the author

Rachel Lohof Larsen is a fifth-generation rancher, mom, wife, cowgirl, and blogger. Originally from Montana, Rachel has a BA in Environmental Science from Colorado College. She and her husband, Guy, bring a sense of integrity and a strong interest in sustainability to all their pursuits. Rachel, her husband and children, practice their stockmanship skills in Southwestern Idaho.

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