Category Archives: Cowboy Culture and Heritage

National Day of the Cowboy

Back in my miss-spent youth, I wrangled dudes one summer in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I thought seriously about roping a young bear but never got up the courage to try it. However, we did have a lot of fun chasing … Continue reading

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Taken from Chapter 6: The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfits by Dr Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume, President and CEO, Land & Livestock International, Inc. What you gonna do with a cowboy by Chris Ledoux Well I can see … Continue reading

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Branding and Stock Handling Techniques of the Great Basin and Old California Traditions – by my friends David and Gwynn Turnball Weaver

Great video courtesy of Richard Beal’s Blog.        FOLLOW LAND AND LIVESTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC. ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual. This is the ideal squeal to A Handbook for Ranch Managers.  Although the ecological … Continue reading

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John Wayne couldn’t have done it better.

Watch as a would-be bicycle thief in Eagle Bend, Oregon, quickly reaches the end of cowboy Robert Borba’s rope….                 FOLLOW LAND & LIVESTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite A … Continue reading

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Shawn Williams “Cowboy Debate”

Buyer Assistance: Land and Livestock International, Inc. is in a position to assist the buyer in purchasing ranches anywhere in the Western United States and Northern Mexico. Pre – purchase services include help with due diligence, estimates of carrying capacity … Continue reading

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Strike up the fiddle, tune up the band

Cowgirl Sass & Savvy (revisited) by Julie Carter via THE WESTERER This is a “do you remember” moment for those old enough to recall the days in rural America after World War II and young enough to remember what it … Continue reading

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Montana’s Bucking Horse Sale in Miles City

It’s the Montana version of Mardi Gras! Ou rah! The Miles City Bucking Horse Sale has been on my bucket list for a lot of years. It looks like that this year my schedule is going to allow me to … Continue reading

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Profs say UWyoming ‘cowboy’ slogan is offensive. UWyoming says get over it.

“The first is that these professors are completely missing the facts and the fact is when they claim that this slogan is sexist and it’s xenophobic, cowboys exist all over the world. But beyond that, my second reaction is they’re … Continue reading

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Capturing a West Texas Winter Wonderland

Do you guys (former) students remember the field trip we took to the Circle when it was 40 below zero? (How could you forget? lol) Remember taking old Chris’ picture when he was standing on ice out in the middle … Continue reading

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What Is The West?

The West is a place, but it is more (like the South). It is an atmosphere, an enigma, a way of life, and a people. As a way of life, it is something that can be carried far beyond its … Continue reading

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