Arizona livestock producers look for ways to grow profits through sustainability

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A Nogales, Arizona, rancher with a doctorate in reproductive physiology is working with other ranchers to make livestock production more sustainable, as a way to help improve both environment and their profits.

Dean Fish, the manager for the Santa Fe Ranch, says sustainability in ranching is “a three-legged stool.” The legs on Fish’s sustainability stool are economic, environmental and social acceptability, and as other ranchers better understand the science behind sustainability, the more effective their business will be in all three areas.

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