Diamond M Ranch – WA. Great Ranches of the West ~ $35

Written on:July 4, 2014
 
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“Running cattle either along the Canadian border or along the Columbia River demands more than a well-maintained fleet of trucks and an easily-identifiable brand. In the northern property of the Diamond M, the enemies are the frigid winters and mountain lions. Bill, Len’s son who now runs the ranch, once bagged a lion that stretched almost nine feet from nose to tail. This lion was a serial killer, having hunted the livestock for years. It’s now mounted on the den wall of the ranch house. In the southern properties, the weather is less of a threat to the cattle, but the predators are more relentless. Packs of coyotes have killed so many cattle in the Columbia River Basin that the McIrvins estimate a loss of $30,000 annually over the past five years due to coyote attacks.”
– Jim Keen, Great Ranches of the West Author & Photographer


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  1. Bob Bernstein says:

    the killing of these wolves..does little to help the idea of grazing on Public lands..also singularly unimpressed by the bagging of a Mountain Lion..

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