The New Haven Ranch is situated on the grounds of an old ghost town in Northeastern Wyoming. About 150 years ago the first settlers, called “homesteaders”, came to the area. The small farmers were up against the rough climate, down-and-dirty cattle barons, hostile Indian tribes and the depression of the early 20th century. Many gave up and left. Today hundreds of steers graze the ranch every year. The old buildings and machinery, though bear witness of times that nowadays we only know from movies.
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