Hulett, Wyoming
Contact:
phone/fax: USA (001) 307-756-3907
e-mail: info@lakeranch.com

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  • wide open country - mountains, canyons, forests, creeks, grassy plains,
  • cattle - Black Angus, Herefords,
  • horses - Quarter Horses, Paints, Mustangs,
  • Cowboys and
  • various wildlife (deer, antelope, coyote, racoon, marmot, beaver, prairie dog, eagle, turkey etc.)

  • ... this is the  Lake Ranch

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Ranch is uniquely positioned on the edge of  the Black Hills. It converts from timbered canyon country to creek bottom meadows to grass prairie. A variety of wildlife lives, feeds and reproduces in the greatest abundance on the edge on one enviroment change to the next.

For the past ten years the ranch has welcomed guests who love the ranch life. Guests (seldom more than six to eight people at a time) can join the ranch life like a part of the crew  - in the house, in the corrals, on the pastures, while helping the neighbors, or in the local saloon in the next town.

There is a lovely decorated guest house with eight bedrooms, each with private bath, a big guest saloon and dining room  and a kitchen; furthermore there is a cabin for two people with private bath. The staff lives in the old ranch house. There is also a big barn, the stables and a tack room.

The Lake Ranch breeds beef cattle and Quarter Horses that live almost free on the range in huge pastures. The cows calve in April and the mares foal in May/June. But while the calves are sold in fall the colts stay on the ranch to replace the working horses in the ranch remuda.


 

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"Wow", said the city slicker as he watched a blacksmith put a horseshoe on a horse. "When you finish building that one, could you make me a horse, too?"
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