Ranchers say they favor a mix of more manpower and better technology, depending on the terrain
By DAN FROSCH
March 15, 2017 1:30 p.m. ET
DOUGLAS, Ariz.—Standing 6 feet tall, Kelly Glenn-Kimbro, a rancher and hunting guide, can see easily over the low-slung fence that separates her family’s 22,000-acre ranch from Mexico.
“I don’t care what they build. They’ll climb it or they’ll go under it,” Ms. Kimbro said while taking a break from hunting Javelina, an animal that resembles a wild boar. “No matter what they build on the border, it isn’t going to stop all…continue reading.