Lambing Season on Big Sandy River Ranch

By: David Johnson

It’s lambing season on the 1.2M acre Big Sandy River Ranch in Southwest Wyoming where 70 lambs are born every day. Dating back to 1905, the Basque family continues into its fourth generation running 8,000 sheep on this 3,500 AU ranch operation. Sprawling over 150 miles from the Wind River Mountains to the Flaming Gorge of the Green River to the edge of the Red Desert, this mostly open range ranch grazes for 12 months to produce grass-finished, free-range lamb and calves.

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