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Thomas E Brown Thomas E Brown from Santa Fe wrote on January 17, 2022 at 11:09 am
I am so excited to see how you all razzle dazzle through this time of time of opportunity- you all inspire me! thank you,
Russ Mortenson Russ Mortenson from McKinney, TX wrote on January 17, 2022 at 8:20 am
Thanks for your efforts. As I Wyoming native who grew up in the state and who married a girl from a ranch outside Gillette, I am well aware of the many challenges presented by the economy in Wyoming in general and the ranching business as well. Your shift to a consumer-direct business model might just be the "win-win" needed for you and for consumers across the country too. One thing you might consider is to consult with the good folks down in Laramie at UW, especially the College of Business. I know several faculty members there that would likely be eager to advise you and/or find the best person to do so, either in Laramie or up in the Casper campus. Anyway, best of luck!
Keith Kenny Keith Kenny from Parys, South Africa wrote on January 16, 2022 at 8:56 am
South pasture looks so peaceful, no cows in site, but most have moved on to other pastures Goats still sleeping, door shut
Gloria H. Gloria H. wrote on January 16, 2022 at 8:04 am
Just watched your video this morning, and it’s the worst news ever seen on here! And the really tragic thing, you have what so many of us are desperate for but have no way to accomplish - a place to put up a tiny house and grow own food. I would work AND pay rent to get out of a tiny apartment in the city, where the hungry hoards will kill me in minutes for my food stash. DON’T SELL THE LAND! Arin’s mom is not competent. Zoning can be broached. Perhaps a “school” for ranching with 30 “students” and a dorm. Convert one garage to dining room. Collect tuition to pay property tax right now. A million possibilities, and Mike, you are the genius to figure it out.
Danny Roberts Danny Roberts from Long Island, NY wrote on January 5, 2022 at 8:53 am
-10, OUCH!!!!!!! So are the cows all huddled in the overhang area and only venture out to eat? At what temperature would you get concerned about their safety?

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