Recognizing the underrated support players of the ranch.
Hard work, community, and faith saw Colorado ranchers through tough times.
Through horses, Billy Jack Barrett has impacted the lives of many, from orphans to veterans.
Self-taught rawhide braider Leland Hensley keeps traditions going strong.
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Discussing the final season of "Hell on Wheels."
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