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Working Ranch April/May 2016

April/May 2016 Vol 11 • No 3 FEATURES {Contents} On The Cover: Thanks, Dave (David Stoecklein Photography). 56 QUITE A TEAM Not scared to take a few risks, this diverse Kansas family builds for the future. by Corinne Patterson 74 CATTLE WOMEN UNITE! The American National CattleWomen pulls it altogether in the name of beef promotion. By Kayla Sargent 82 THE FORKED FEW “For-ked’’ – adjective – cowboy slang for a bronco man that can “fork” or ride a rank one. The WSRRA teams up with the Miles City Bucking Horse sale to invite some forked sons-of-guns. by Naomi Loomis, WSRRA 90 CELEBRATING FIVE DECADES The story of Wyoming’s Little Sandy Grazing Association. by Melissa Hemken 40 TRICH QUESTION A new hope for PAP. by Jennifer Hill 100 SPOTLIGHT ON STATE CATTLEMEN’S ASSOCIATIONS by Kacy Atkinson 64 RANCHER’S JOURNAL LONG DAYS OF OCTOBER If there were 25 hours in a day, this Kansas ranching family would gladly burn ‘em up. by Matt Perrier 90 {And} {Plus} CORINNE PATTERSON MELISSA HEMKEN ROBIN BLANKENSHIP BRENT JENNINGS 4 I WORKING RANCH I APRIL / MAY 2016


Working Ranch April/May 2016
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