Fence Creek Cattle Co., et al. v. United States Forest Service, 602 F.3d 1125 (9th Cir. 2010)

(cattle not owned by grazing permit holder cannot graze on federal allotments; plaintiff bore burden of proof to establish that he wasn't grazing cattle he didn't own on federal land covered by his grazing permit; defendant's cancellation of two of plaintiff's four grazing permits upheld - plaintiff given due process and defendant acted appropriately; plaintiff could not prove that it had purchased over 1,500 head of cattle). 

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