“Together the Flournoys look to the future. They’re relentless in their well-organized, and hard-working farming and the cattle business, but they predict that some of the ranch’s future may be in its water. The Lazy F has springs and wells scattered across the property, and the corporation owns substantial water rights to the South Fork of the Pit River. At 4,000 feet in elevation, the growing season is only 100 days long, while down in Yolo County and the greater Central Valley of California, it’s double that. That extended growing period seems ideal except for the lack of sufficient water during these months. ‘We might find that selling water is even more profitable.'”
– Jim Keen, Great Ranches of the West Author & Photographer
This beautiful award-winning 12×11 fine art, hard bound, coffee table book featuring over 30 ranches in 17 states with nearly 600 photographs will make a wonderful addition to any home or office, and be a showing of your support for America’s struggling farm and ranch families.