Whether cooking, cleaning, branding calves or starting colts, this New Mexico cowgirl is driven by a love for horses, her family values and a clear sense of purpose.
Preserving the heritage, history and resources of her family’s 139-year-old ranch is something this Colorado rancher takes seriously.
Amid one of the worst droughts in California history, this fifth-generation rancher finds ways to sustain her cattle operation and continue her family’s ranching traditions.
The rural community of Faith, South Dakota, has benefitted from having all-around hand Iris Day as a resident, and she feels blessed to be part of it.
This Oklahoma native recently realized that her dream of having her own cattle operation and producing high-quality seed-stock genetics has finally come true.
For this Wyoming ranch wife, mother and horsewoman, making the transition from rodeo and cow horse events to training ranch horses with traditional bridle-horse methods has been an educational journey.