Raised in Fallon, Nevada, Tia Openshaw grew up a member of the National FFA Organization and with a barnyard of different animals, from an ostrich and llama to hogs and bottle-fed calves. Though she did not live or work on a ranch, she had a strong interest in animal husbandry and agriculture.
Ranchers need outerwear that is just as tough as they are, which is why quality chinks are a mandatory accessory addition.
Gathering feral cows in the rugged Arizona countryside is dangerous and demanding work. But it’s how two brothers make their living and follow in their father’s footsteps.