This Arizona ranch survived Apaches, outlaws, and droughts.
Photographer Chris Petersen saddles up with crew to get the perfect shot.
Albert K. Mitchell was a true New Mexico native, in tune with the land and the ranching community.
This Great Basin ranch is a leader in modern stewardship.
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The 2015 Jinx McCain Horsemanship Program Cattle Drive photo gallery.
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