Our Visit To The Cunningham's Ranch In Oregon

December 10, 2016

We were recently at a conference in Idaho where we spoke about our sustainable farming practices. While out west, we had the unique opportunity to visit Cunningham Ranch in Oragon. The Cunningham Ranch consists of 1,800 acres of private land plus 100,000 acres of public rangeland shared with neighboring ranchers located in Jordon Valley Oregon. Our friends Sean and Liz Cunningham are 4th generation ranchers and their family originally settled the ranch in 1914. Today the ranch raises grassfed cattle, lambs and pastured hogs and is also home to lots of wildlife including Mule Deer, Elk, Antelope, Sage Grouse, Pheasant, Quail and even some Cougars. We actually meet Sean and Liz at a previous conference in southern Georgia last year. Check out the video below to see more: 

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