Andrew’s Last Week at the E Bar U

My time here at the E Bar U has come to a close and I couldn’t be happier about the time I have spent here. I not only learned the day in and day out work required to keep a large operation running, but how a family works together to make a livelihood in modern day agriculture.

The Kane’s are not only great stewards of the land and livestock but they are some of the kindest and hardest working people that I have ever had to pleasure to meet. I would like to give a special thanks to the Kane’s for their hospitality and welcoming me into their family for the summer. I would also like to thank the Wyoming Stock Growers Association for giving me this opportunity of a lifetime.

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