Ranching for Wildlife

The Ranching for Wildlife program is a wildlife management partnership between ranchers and hunters. Ranchers provide hunting access to their land free of charge to those who draw licenses. Participating ranchers are required to improve habitat on their ranch for game and non-game animals.


CSU Extension's Small Acreage Management program houses the latest resources and guidelines for managing livestock, poultry, and manure on small acreage properties in Colorado.

Game Damage Compensation

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Game Damage program compensates ranchers and landowners for damage caused by big game animals. Information about game damage prevention, qualifying for reimbursement, and filing a claim can be found here.

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