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🎧 Introducing the Ranchlands Podcast. Listen Now.

BRINGING RAIN

Rain in the summer makes all the difference to a successful growing season on the prairie.

BRANDING MORNINGS

A playlist for falling out of bed at 3am and catching horses in the dark, followed by several hours of gathering, roping and branding calves.

CATTLE BRANDINGS THEN AND NOW

Livestock brandings have roots dating back to over 4,700 years ago but still remain relevant today. Learn its history and role at Ranchlands.

Herding Cultures From Around the World: The Sami

The Sami, an indigenous population in Scandinavia, began herding reindeer as early as 98 AD. Today, only about ten percent of the roughly 100,000 Sami people spread throughout Finland, Norway, Sweden, and parts...

It's Time to Mend

In the midst of the pandemic, many Americans have been repurposing their own clothes as a way to save money or test out a new (at home) hobby. Since most of...

A Cut Above The Rest: Kay Foye

Wrangler turned knifemaker. How time in the saddle became the catalyst for remarkable and functional art.

RODENTS ON THE RANGE: THE TREASURE HOUSE

Weaving among the shrubs and cacti, I came upon a very strange structure, something I had not seen before. I wondered: what animal built this curious house?

Women You Should Know: Bonnie McCarroll

She wore a large-brimmed beaver hat, fringed gloves, a handmade western blouse, custom boots, and jodhpurs. Sometimes she’d add a wild rag, vest, chinks, or woolies. She’d pin down her hair,...

HORSE PEOPLE

Music about horses for people who love horses.

RANCHLANDS TODAY

In the Unknown Certainty of Tomorrow It is November 1999. I am standing in the Chico Basin ranch corrals, watching […]

Meet the Maker: Olivia

Meet Olivia, who handles shipping and order fulfillment for the shop.

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