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Managing Across Boundaries For Mutual Success

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An old farmer once told me, when I was getting my start in the ranching business, “You don’t con
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About the author

Will Kearney is a rancher living in Columbus, Tx with his wife Laura Dorsey. His primary focus is thinking about how to combine economics and ecology on the family ranch without screwing any one of those things up. He has worked on ranches in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas in a variety of climates and with a diversity of different landowners. He has learned a lot from watching and paying attention to his dogs, his horses, and his cattle. Even more from books. And almost nothing from people who have all the answers.


  1. curt gesch says:

    On the Canadian prairies, the indigenous peoples distinguished territories by landforms. The grid pattern also threatened the Metis way of strip farms, based upon access to riversides, for example. I thank you, Mr. Kearney, for helping us step back and think about issues like geography, and–perhaps more importantly–co-operation.

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