The study was conducted using three major newspapers in Nigeria: The Punch, This Day and Vanguard with the objective of finding the slanting technique adopted by the selected newspapers in reporting famers-herders conflicts. The worked analyzed 36 reports on famers-herders conflicts. The study adopted a content-analyzed design whereby a sample size of 36 were used to get information. Purposive sampling technique was used to obtain feratures, news, politics, news extra etc. Finally, the study recommended to various media in the country should not take side in publishing such conflicts. It is also recommended to all state governments to ensure that they implement grazing reserve in every village to stop such conflicts to ever occur. As it is argued that some politicians are owners of those herders, they should not take side in handling of the conflicts.