Located in the very northeast part of Nevada nestled closely to Idaho to the north and east to the Utah border, the ranch represents some of the last of the old west in a modern day frontier.
Over the years, the ranch has undergone many changes from large scale sheep operations, rounding up and selling wild horses as well as the introduction of fences, mechanical water works and agricultural operations. Today, the ranch is solely focused on being a quality beef operation and reaching back to the quality principles and ethics that were standards generations ago.
In 1910 it took over 239 people to operate the ranch. Today with modern machinery and horse trailers, we can do much more than we could in the past with far less help but due to the severity of our terrain and the remoteness of our location, the horse is still the main mode of transportation in working our cattle, checking pastures, fences and other duties.