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Ranch Photography

May 19, 2020

National Photography Month

May is National Photography Month and what better way to honor this artful observance than with a collection of beautiful buffalo photos from our 2020 calendar... just in cased you missed picking one up!

dark with highlights closeup photo of a bison

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July 19, 2018

National Bison Month

This month is National Bison Month! Here are a few snapshots taken over the last few weeks of our herd roaming the summer prairie! 

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May 31, 2018

Prairie Garden

If one is looking to regenerate the prairie - rain sure does help! In the past two weeks we’ve received almost eight inches of precipitation.  Layered with days of warm sunshine, the prairie has turned into a paradise. 

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May 11, 2018

Mother's Day at the Ranch

We hope you enjoy this special "Mother's Day Collection" of photos. Wishing all of the mom's, a wonderful Mother's Day.  

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February 23, 2018

Buffalo Winter

The prairie winter continues. Here are a few winter Buffalo images, along with other photos on the ranch.

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October 09, 2017

Celebrating Native American Day

Our community is rich in Native American culture and history. Every year they bring their beautiful costumes, music and dance to the streets of Rapid City, for our communities annual Native American Day parade. Here are a few photos of the faces of Lakota Country.
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September 30, 2017

The Autumn Shift

Scenes from around the ranch during the autumn shift.Big Bull

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April 07, 2017

The Art of Bison Persuasion

This past week I had the chance to ride along to bring in a bunch of buffalo from their winter grazing grounds on the Buffalo Gap National Grasslands. Dan and Colton had been bringing bunches in all week and we hoped this was the last group.
Buffalo on Prairie

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February 10, 2017

Winter Grazing

It has been a full-blown winter here on the prairie. Since our first snowstorm in early December the snow has continued and the cold temperatures have remained persistent. 

The snow is starting to lose its charm and the frigid temps are starting to show in people's personalities. The only thing that seems unaffected is the buffalo and the wildlife.

Buffalo eating in snow

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December 30, 2016

Silence Is Golden

In the last two weeks we have had two winter storms. The first brought cracked machine pumps, frozen water lines, and busted pipes. The plant was a Santa workshop of repair men. The second storm was delivered on Christmas Day and brought with it freezing rain, high wind gusts, and busted power lines. During times like this it is difficult to see the beauty in winter.

Deer in Winter

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