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Ladder Ranch is a six generation sheep and cattle operation on the WY/CO border 53 miles north of Steamboat Springs, CO. We offer fishing, hunting, ranch recreation, and lodging.

We ethically raise sheep and cattle for food production while preserving the environment through river restoration, conservation easement and working with local organizations.

www.ladderranch.com
PO Box 159 Savery, WY 82332
307-383-2413

 

6 responses to “About

  1. Jeff Holt

    November 11, 2011 at 4:54 PM

    Very interesting. I have been wondering if you would share with me, How many dogs do you have ? And how many horses? I spent 30yrs in the horse shoeing business and kept sled dogs for years. The most dogs at one time was 72.
    Thank You and keep up the good work !
    Jeff Holt
    jefflholt@gmail.com

     
    • Ladder Ranch

      January 6, 2012 at 6:36 PM

      We have about 50 dogs,about half Border collies and half livestock Guardian dogs. We buy a pallet of dog food every two weeks. We have about 60 horses. We do most of our own shoeing. Thanks for the kind words!

       
  2. L. Stiehr

    December 2, 2012 at 4:27 PM

    I live in California and right now I have 4.25 inches in the rain gauge. It is wonderful right now as our grass year gets a big boost. I am from a commercial cattle ranch and grass is a driving force. Hope you get the moisture your need for a successful year.

     
  3. Jeff Holt

    December 25, 2012 at 8:08 PM

    Your post about the need for rain got me to thinking about the farmers/ranchers where I now live,United Arib Emeritaes. Very little rain fall, then patchy. One man told me it has not rained at his home in over 4yr. The only green here is watered every day. They feed hauled in feed to everything. Tree trimmings for the camels and hay for the sheep and goats. wtaer is delivered every week.

     
  4. Howard BRADLEY

    February 3, 2017 at 8:54 AM

    Wonderful blog that brings back a wave of nostalgia. Wife, Misako, and I lived in Baggs for 3 years when I worked as a mud engineer for Magcobar. Clayton and Elizabeth Jons were our daughter Melissa’s Godparents. I remember the Salisburys and everyone in the valley as very warm and welcoming. Thank you.

     
  5. Kayla M

    April 11, 2017 at 8:44 PM

    Your ranch looks so awesome! LOTS of work!!!! Not sure if my site would be of any use to you.. But I’d love to have you. Looking for ranchers and famers to make it fabulous.

     

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