Artists of Grazing

Congratulations to the following winners of the Outstanding Rangeland Stewardship Award. Your hard work and dedication is very appreciated!

G-C Ranch,
G. C. and Mary Ellis and Meredith Ellis, Owners.
Mike Knabe, Foreman.

TSSRM ORS Recipient

Parks Ranch, David and Matt Crow

2020 ORS Award Recipient

Treadwell Cattle Company

2020 ORS Award Recipient

Frank and Sims Price Ranch

2019 ORS Award Recipient

Killam Properties Duval County Ranch

2018 ORS Award Recipient

Birdwell Clark Ranch

2017 ORS Award Recipient
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About Us

TXGLC provides educational opportunities for many groups, including wildlife and livestock organizations and schools. We collaborate and cooperate with our partners to provide meaningful information to land stewards and others. Grazing lands include rangeland and pasture land and make up more than 100 million acres, 65% of Texas!
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Useful Resources

Links to valuable info on grazing lands. Videos, publications, websites of interest to grazing land stewards.
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Events & Activities

Calendar and information on upcoming events!
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Find our regional coalitions, grazing specialists, officers and board members in your area!
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It may seem like we repeat soil health principles, but they cannot be emphasized enough! As summer months approach, that bare ground will literally cook in the hot sun, destroying the bacteria, fungi that are absolutely necessary for aggregate stability (think effective infiltration of precipitation) and nutrient availability to plants.

Ain't nobody got time for bare ground!👉🏻Same location, same soil.
👉🏻Bare ground is over 82 degrees soil temp while covered ground is at 68 degrees.
👉🏻Once again the only difference is the coverage.
👉🏻Just one more key factor on the importance of grazing management!
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It may seem like we repeat soil health principles, but they cannot be emphasized enough!  As summer months approach, that bare ground will literally cook in the hot sun, destroying the bacteria, fungi that are absolutely necessary for aggregate stability (think effective infiltration of precipitation) and nutrient availability to plants.  

Aint nobody got time for bare ground!
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