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  • In the nine-county Bay Area, about 1.75 million of the region's 4.5 million acres of land is used for grazing, but that acreage has been going down steadily, said Darrel Sweet, a Livermore rancher and past president of the cattlemen's association.

    Ranching, Wetlands Collide in North Coast

  • Before taking a visitor onto the shop floor, owner Robert Bryan relates a little family history about members who formed cattlemen's associations, ran off rustlers and fought for statehood, often at the point of a gun.

    Gun-toting soccer moms a scary thought in DMV, but not out West

  • Along with Pate, the cattlemen's association has a few other cowboys visiting state fairs and feedlots to teach low-stress methods and show the public that the Ohio video is not representative of how members treat their animals.

    Curt Pate: Cow Whisperer Teaches Low-Stress Livestock Handling Methods

  • As if those killings weren't enough, 17 people were killed in a two-day orgy of violence over the weekend in Guerrero state by gunmen hunting for the head of the state cattlemen's association.

    Mexico's Top Police Official Is Killed

  • But what the article FAILED to mention is that Marky Racicrotch (pronounced rossicrotch, Judy mars, and steve filcher of the mt. cattlemen's ASS., which has nothing to do with Montana ranchers) have PURPOSELY done EVERYTHING they could possibly do to blow this whole issue up into a world class crisis!

    Buffalo Brian

  • We just attended -- I think it was Ft. Worth -- a cattlemen's thing or something like that.

    CNN Transcript Oct 5, 2006

  • The cattlemen's steak burger is one of more luxurious ones.

    Hushpuppies on North Sheridan - BatesLine

  • They obviously have never been to a national cattlemen's convention before.

    CNN Transcript Feb 8, 2002

  • Phone books and folders were scattered among blank notepads and cattlemen's magazines.

    Texas Lawman

  • The bidding was lively, a contest between the Albany Hotel, the cattlemen's headquarters, and the Brown Palace, the place where rich people went for their steaks.

    Centennial

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