Despite Struggles, Ranching Remains Traditional in Modern Era

Despite Struggles, Ranching Remains Traditional in Modern Era

Rana Thakur

Examiner.com

The story of ranching in the American West is not just about settlement — it’s also about how a profession and industry drove a country from shore to shore. The prairies of the vast interiors of what would be the United States were suitable for ‘open range’ ranching, where cattle and sheep descended from European livestock cultivated by settlers were driven on long hauls.

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