Week 2 for Andrew Mainini-Bulls & Branding at the E Bar U Ranch

It was another full week here at the E BAR U Ranch, from turning out bulls to finishing up branding. The decision of when and what bulls get turned out to the cows can make or break an operation. Bulls are turned out in a certain manner so that the operation will be calving duringContinue reading “Week 2 for Andrew Mainini-Bulls & Branding at the E Bar U Ranch”

Rangeland Interns-Perry Cattle Company is Keeping Jedidiah Hewlett Busy

Jedidiah Hewlett is learning the tricks of the trade at the Perry Cattle Company. He’s only one week in, but has taken away a great deal of information already, including doctoring calves, financial matters, and irrigation methods. Here’s all of the details of Jedidiah’s first week experiences.  This week was full. We started up theContinue reading “Rangeland Interns-Perry Cattle Company is Keeping Jedidiah Hewlett Busy”

Rangeland Interns-Andrew Mainini’s First Week at the E Bar U Ranch

This week I began my summer internship at the E Bar U Ranch, which is part of the SR Cattle Company near Sheridan, Wyoming. My first week was full of different events such as branding, trailing and hauling cattle. Along with the work, I have begun to learn how the E bar U Ranch runsContinue reading “Rangeland Interns-Andrew Mainini’s First Week at the E Bar U Ranch”

Week 10 for Allison

Allison Harvey had a busy week on the ranch, per usual. Her mentor, Eric was out of town for the week so it was her responsibility to do the weekly chores. She had some troubles this week, but it all worked out for the best. Here is what she had to say:   The weekContinue reading “Week 10 for Allison”

Sleeping Under the Stars

 Ian Zerbe has had the privilege to work at two different locations this summer with the Allen family. He started the summer off at their lower ranch doing usual ranch-like activities. This last part of the summer he has had the opportunity to work along side their pack trip outfits and he really seems toContinue reading “Sleeping Under the Stars”

Getting Comfortable in the Saddle

Rangeland intern Ian Zerbe is still hard at work with the Allen family in Lander. He has moved up the mountain to the upper ranch to work primarily as a wrangler, and going on pack trips. Some of the other wrangles that Ian works with love to take pictures, and he is then able toContinue reading “Getting Comfortable in the Saddle”

Transition Time at Ladder Ranch for Samantha

Rangeland Intern Samantha has been hard at work, with early mornings and busy days. She was able to go into the town of Dixon one night for the local rodeo where the ranch donates Ewes to be used for Mutton Busting. Sounds like a good night off work!  Samantha also explained that all of theContinue reading “Transition Time at Ladder Ranch for Samantha”

Counting Sheep

Rangeland Intern Samantha McIntosh has been busy at work with all sorts of different animals on the ranch, but the last few weeks have been focused around the Ewes and Lambs. She got to have a mini “vacation” and travel to Sheridan County for the Environmental Stewardship Tour last week. Here is her update:  WhatContinue reading “Counting Sheep”

Catching up with Josiah and Daisy!

Before we jump into the new update, Josiah sent a fun summary about what he learned on the Environmental Stewardship Tour that we would like to share with you. After attending the full day tour on July 14th, Josiah was inspired by the experience and he had learned a lot about partnerships which was aContinue reading “Catching up with Josiah and Daisy!”

Snakes and Flies and Weeds, oh my!

Josiah has had a busy week meeting deadlines and working on the ranch’s to-do list on the Red Canyon Ranch. Leafy spurge has spread rapidly and Josiah has had the very important job of spraying the fields. Josiah states in his journal that, “it has grown in with a vengeance, but the tedious job isContinue reading “Snakes and Flies and Weeds, oh my!”

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