ranch is a truly remarkable landscape with
steep hills, lush forests, open meadows and
an abundance of natural fresh water springs.
The ranch is home to our cattle, horses and
an large variety of natural wildlife. In one
afternoon, one guest counted 46 species of
birds before lunch. Mule deer, elk and many
other animals are seen daily throughout the
land during a ride on a horse.
Thousands of years
ago the Porcupine Hills had never been touched
by glaciers so sandstone is the only formation
you will find. Ancient spruce tress look over
a landscape which has not and will not change.
Native people camped in these hills and hunted
the buffalo. At the southern end of Porcupine
Hills is the famous world Heritage site, 'Head
Smashed in Buffalo Jump'. It is a cliff
that natives used to stampede buffalo over,
and it has been dated thousands of years old.
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Our cattle are healthy,
and we are proud to raise quality beef. There
are thousands of acres of land within our
ranch for our cattle and horses to roam.