Ken Cearley Texas AgriLife Extension Service wildlife expert and a former rancher led a group wearing both cowboy hats and hunting caps on a ranch tour to show how those two management objectives can be successfully combined

Ken Cearley, Texas AgriLife Extension Service wildlife expert and a former rancher, led a group wearing both cowboy hats and hunting caps on a ranch tour to show how those two management objectives can be successfully combined.

LX Ranch Cattle And Wildlife Pasture Tour

Integrating other enterprises into a ranching operation certainly isn’t a new idea. Many ranches, for instance, have been offering hunting and other recreation-oriented leases for years. However, if you’re going to lease the hunting on your ranch, you’ll need to consider how to fold wildlife habitat needs into your grazing and brush management plans. Ken Cearley, Texas AgriLife Extension Service wildlife expert and a former rancher, led a group wearing both cowboy hats and hunting caps on a ranch tour to show how those two management objectives can be successfully combined.