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Bright Raven

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No. Those areas are not prime cattlelands. It will have more impact on making natural resources available.
 

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They may not be "prime cattlelands" to some of you but they were darn sure important to the people who ran cattle on them. Will it be big for the industry as a whole? No. Will it be big to some individuals? Yes.
 

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Dave":bfo2mik0 said:
They may not be "prime cattlelands" to some of you but they were darn sure important to the people who ran cattle on them. Will it be big for the industry as a whole? No. Will it be big to some individuals? Yes.

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IMO, just getting it back in the states' hands will be a big plus and a move in the right direction.
Feds need to keep their sorry greedy hands in WashingtonDC.
 
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Hopefully hunting, fishing and anything else that's responsible the public wants to do on the land they can. There was a lot of public land that was off limits to the public, thanks to the government.
 

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Bright Raven":yiynoc8o said:
Dave":yiynoc8o said:
They may not be "prime cattlelands" to some of you but they were darn sure important to the people who ran cattle on them. Will it be big for the industry as a whole? No. Will it be big to some individuals? Yes.

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BR, you were right the first time. There's not two sprigs of grass in the whole state
of Utah.
 

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