The life of Evelyn Mantle was much like other frontier women’s—hard and lonely, yet rewarding—except hers was in the 20th century.
A ranch family tradition.
The Tejon Ranch honors its centuries-old cowboy traditions.
Learn how to tie a Honda Knot.
The death of the Old West?
A young family makes a go of ranching in a remote Montana valley.
Six generations uphold their Western heritage.
Being a ranch wife can be difficult, but some wouldn't have it any other way.
Examining rural flight.
George E. Smith and South Dakota’s Quarter Circle Diamond Dot close in on the century mark.
Nebraska ranchers fight construction of new 345,000-volt transmission line through the sparsely populated Sandhills region.
Celebrating the history of a Montana ranch.
Few ranches in America represent the past and present like the 6666.
For nearly 150 years, the Spanish Ranch has been testing the mettle of its cowboys.
The XIT Ranch has been owned and operated by the same family for more than 100 years.
In the face of cancer, this ranching woman didn’t back down.
What it takes to be a vet tech.
Hard work, community, and faith saw Colorado ranchers through tough times.
Recognizing the underrated support players of the ranch.
Ranchers, stewards of the land.
Karen Vold, owner of the Red Top Ranch Trick Riding School in Avondale, Colo., breaks down the move.
Some perspective on the roles of water and agriculture in the West.
Know your steak.
There are no weak links on this Oklahoma Ranch.