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Ideally it will be a classless luxury someday, like it still is in parts of Montana where the ranch kids ski in overalls.

During the pandemic, he moved the restaurant from its original Barrio Escalante to his parent’s ranch on the outskirts of San José.

I met him at his ranch in Aspen and told him of my interest in private equity.

That ranch raises Akaushi cattle, which are originally from Japan, and LeRoy thinks they produce the best brisket meat on the planet.

The pipeline will bring water to tanks stashed among the thirstier corners of his ranch, which will allow him to run more cattle and earn more than he could before.

The drive from San Diego to Yuma turns drastically from dune desert to lush farm fields and mega cattle ranches.

Gow talked about life on his ranch, what the values of that life meant to him and to his family.

It’s His Land. Now a Canadian Company Gets to Take It.by Lee van der Voo for ProPublicaOctober 1, 2020ProPublica

Myint and Leibowitz had linked up with a ranch in nearby Marin County, one of a handful in a pilot project in California pioneering a method that is said to dramatically reduce emissions.

Agriculture is everywhere impossible, though some of the better timbered parts might make good winter ranching country.

Some pioneers from the East had settled inland after California had been separated from Mexico, and were ranching and farming.

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