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Ron Bolze

Coordinator

Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition

HQ Phone:  (402) 321-0067

Email: r***@***.org

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Commercial Marketing Director

5L Red Angus


Director of Commercial Marketing

Red Angus Association of America


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Nebraska Grazing Lands: Contact Us

nebraskagrazinglands.org [cached]

Ron Bolze


Keson Long Tapes Ensure that the NGLC can Help Improve Lands

www.keson.com [cached]

"The monitoring kit that we provide our members contains a Keson fiberglass long tape that the rancher will use to create a transect line in the field that spans about 50 yards," said Ron Bolze, state coordinator, NGLC.
Bolze said the goal is to measure what is there, and preferably to improve the grass species composition over time. "In most cases, ranchers are managing to create more warm-season species (i.e., big bluestem, little bluestem, switchgrass, Indiangrass)," Bolze said. "Those grasses, for the western two-thirds of the state, are the most productive, and offer the most cattle gain." And that is the ultimate goal: improve cattle gains. The NGLC is part of the national Grazing Land Conservation Initiative, receives funding support from the Nebraska Environmental Trust and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and has been providing technical assistance to farmers and ranchers since 1991. Bolze said the NGLC has been using Keson's OTR Fiberglass Long Tapes for years because there is no need to even consider an alternative solution as part of its professional monitoring kit.


Nebraska Grazing Lands: Staff

www.nebraskagrazinglands.org [cached]

Ron Bolze
Ron Bolze NGLC Coordinator 315 East 5th Street Chadron, NE 69337 Cell: 402 321 0067 ron@nebraskagrazinglands.org Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition contracted Ron Bolze as the NGLC coordinator. In this role, Bolze implements workshops and tours across the state, handling grant fulfillment, and conducting communications and public awareness for the organization as part of his job responsibilities. He also oversees the Cowboy Logic Stewardship Network and the NGLC Rangeland Monitoring Program, and serves as the Nebraska representative of the national Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative.


Nebraska Grazing Lands: Contact Us

www.nebraskagrazinglands.org [cached]

Ron Bolze


www.keson.com

"The monitoring kit that we provide our members contains a Keson fiberglass long tape that the rancher will use to create a transect line in the field that spans about 50 yards," said Ron Bolze, state coordinator, NGLC.
Bolze said the goal is to measure what is there, and preferably to improve the grass species composition over time. "In most cases, ranchers are managing to create more warm-season species (i.e., big bluestem , little bluestem, switchgrass , Indiangrass )," Bolze said. "Those grasses, for the western two-thirds of the state, are the most productive, and offer the most cattle gain." And that is the ultimate goal: improve cattle gains. The NGLC is part of the national Grazing Land Conservation Initiative , receives funding support from the Nebraska Environmental Trust and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and has been providing technical assistance to farmers and ranchers since 1991. Bolze said the NGLC has been using Keson's OTR Fiberglass Long Tapes for years because there is no need to even consider an alternative solution as part of its professional monitoring kit.


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