"Our ranches are in the foothills of the Wind River Mountains where they intersect with the farmlands of Fremont County. The Wind River flows through both of our ranches and the river bottom is loaded with heavy thickets of large cottonwoods, willows, and lush vegetation that intermingle with some of the best agriculture lands of alfalfa, corn, and soybeans in Wyoming and the Rockies. Riverton, Wyoming, the closest town, is 5300' in elevation. Fremont County is the largest county in the state and is the largest producer of alfalfa hay. The hay is mostly exported to the southern states and is sought after by horse breeders due to its high protein and no blister bugs etc., which is why I believe we are harvesting bucks that are 250 to 275 pounds. The surrounding landscape has whitetail, mule deer, bears, moose, elk, beaver, mink, mountain lions, bobcats, foxes, pheasants, coyotes and unbelievable waterfowl."