Water squeeze in Oregon's Klamath Basin pits ranchers against...
A summer evening on Jim and Caren Goold's front porch. The river meanders through their cow pasture, a curly blue ribbon framed by foothills dotted with ponderosa pine.
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#1 Jul 21, 2013
Bad business. Bad behavior on both sides. As long as there are buckets there will be no trust. Remove the buckets and see if the heat gets turned down.
#2 Jul 21, 2013
BS on bad behavior on both sides itís the greedy farmers. The dam farmers drained the lakes/wetlands so they can make more money. Removing the buckets wonít solve anything remove the dam farmers and let the lakes/wetlands return then you will see the heat get turned down.
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