Season 7 Episode 91 Rangeland Research Applied on Local Ranches
With thanks to Texas A&M University’s Department of Ecosystem Sciences and Management and Dr. Kavanagh, Department Chair, for their financial support; we return to Texas A&M AgriLife Research station at Sonora, Texas, where ranchers tell us how important the research continues to be for their management of their own rangelands. Dr. Taylor shows us the effects of prescribed burning frequencies for rangeland restoration and improvement for livestock grazing and wildlife habitat.
Season 7 Episode 90 Texas A&M AgriLife Research at Sonora
Out on the Land visits the Texas A&M AgriLife Research station near Sonora, Texas. We learn of important rangeland research and a bit of its 100 year history.
Season 7 Episode 89 Seasonal Grazing Dairy in Tennessee
Out on the Land visits the Cooper Farm in the fescue belt of Tennessee where they have shifted to a seasonal grazing-based dairy.
Season 7 Episode 88 Wyman Meinzer’s Photography & Construction of an Historic Dugout.
Once again Wyman Meinzer is featured on OUT ON THE LAND. We hear how he got started in photograph, see many of his photos, and see & hear about each step in the construction of a “pioneer” dugout by Wyman and his brother Rick.
Season 7 Episode 87 Saving an 1880s Jail with Wyman Meinzer
Texas Official State Photographer, Wyman Meinzer, shows us how he saved the 1880s Benjamin, TX jail from ruin. Conservation of a different type from OUT ON THE LAND.
Season 7 Episode 86 – Five Tools of Wildlife Management
Experienced wildlife biologists discuss the five tools of wildlife management identified by Aldo Leopold, the father of wildlife conservation.
Season 7 Episode 85 Jornada Experimental Range (Part 2 of 2)
We see and hear about Criollo cattle, their performance, and how they are suited to arid rangelands. We also learn how the Jornada is used to help educate youth about science and natural resources.
Season 7 Episode 84 The Jornada Experimental Range (Part 1 of 2)
We hear from rangeland scientists on the Jornada Experimental Range near Las Cruces, New Mexico. We hear about and see some of its 100+ year history and learn of on-going research to learn more about management of arid and semi-arid rangelands here and around the world. (Part 1 of 2)
Season 7 Episode 83 – Award-winning Wildlife Ranch in Texas Hill Country
The ranch manager of the award-winning Flagler Ranch in the Texas Hill Country shows us and tells us about management of the rangeland for wildlife habitat.
Season 7 Episode 82 – Soil Health & Cover Crops in Tennessee Part 2
We continue our visit local farmers and conservationists in Coffee County Tennessee to learn how they are improving their soil health and using cover crops (Part 2 of 2).
Season 7 Episode 81 – Soil Health & Cover Crops in Tennessee Part 1
We visit farmers and conservationists in Coffee County Tennessee to learn how they are improving their soil health and using cover crops (Part 1 of 2).
Season 7 Episode 80 Salacoa Valley Farms & Dow AgroSciences
Join Chris Heptinstall, General Manager of Salacoa Valley Farms in Georgia, Jeff Clark of Dow AgroSciences Range and Pasture, and Dr Larry Butler, Host, to learn about Salacoa Valley Farms’ cattle operation and weed and brush management on pastureland with Dow AgroSciences products.
Season 7 Episode 79 A Visit to Season 1 Episode 1 to See the Success
Come with us as we return to the Ferguson Ranch 4 years after filming Season 1 Episode 1 and see his successes in range planting and management.