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From the Archives: Alie McKee

From the Archives: Alie McKee

“A very small town, with sagebrush intermingled in jumbled granite rocks, and the snow capped Sierras in the background,” she said. “You might recognize Lone Pine from many old western movies starring Hopalong Cassidy, John Wayne, and the Lone Ranger.”


Playlist for Hardworking Cowgirls

Holly Wilson

Tags cowgirl lifestyle, music playlist, western music

Playlist for Hardworking Cowgirls

I’ve created the perfect playlist that’ll keep you dancing and motivated during your chores. Don’t feel embarrassed if someone sees you dancing with your pitchfork, singing into your hairbrush or jamming out in the saddle. This playlist is for all the ranch mamas, working cowgirls, and overall country boss babes out there!


    From the Archives: Fallon Wentz

    From the Archives: Fallon Wentz
    “I didn’t realize I had such a deep passion for our bulls until I started going to more barrel races. There were times when I would go to a race, while my dad and my brother, Wyatt, went to a bull riding. It was then that I realized I would much rather be in their rig headed to watch our bulls perform, rather than competing at a race,” she said.

    Tips from a Night Calver

    Holly Wilson

    Tags cowgirl lifestyle, rancher, ranching, western lifestyle

    Tips from a Night Calver

    By Dusti Berry Calving season. Some of us love it, some of us despise it with a vehement passion. We all are familiar with the sleepless nights spent chugging coffee in the barn, the feeling of waiting on a heifer, wondering whether or not she’s having trouble or just piddlin’ around, and the host of other thoughts that I’d wager have crossed all our minds now and then throughout the season. I’ve spent the majority of many a calving season in the barn, playing midwife to both first calf heifers and seasoned old mamas. I’ve also worked through a calving...


    From the Archives: Kelsey Temmen

    From the Archives: Kelsey Temmen

    “I begged my parents for a horse since I was old enough to talk. My dad finally caved when I was 11 and purchased me a broodmare and 3-day-old foal. That foal is now one of my trick riding horses that I did all of the training on,” she said.