LP Ranch

The History and Terrain of LP Ranch Skip down to slideshow

A flowering cactus with vibrant red and yellow flowers in full bloom.

The LP Ranch began as a cow/calf commercial operation and in 2002, we became mainly a registered herd consisting of Black Angus.

There are 2 types of ground on the ranch. The first is hills that are rough and rigid. The second is a bottom with soft ground consisting of lush grass.

Our climate can be a bit contrary. We have hot summers and cold winters. Not everyone’s idea of dreamy weather.

With the rugged country and ever changing climatic environment, our cattle are naturally developed to be adaptable.

  • Scrubland. Rocky ground, short, squat bushes, and sparse greens cover the ground.
  • Short cropped grass on flat land. A few short, small trees in the distance.
  • An overcast sky and darkened landscape peeking out of the last quarter of the view.
  • Rugged landscape - puffy, dark clouds create an ominous look.
  • Another view of the land. A dirt road zigzags and disappears off of the right side; tumbleweeds and more scrubland can be seen for miles. A cloudy sky hangs overhead.
  • Tiny yellow flowers cover the flat ground. Two cows graze at a distance.
  • Pink and yellow wildflowers in tall grass.
  • Vivid pink blooms crown a cactus; tiny white flowers look like snow on the ground.
  • A soft pink rose blooms in this close-up of a flowering cactus.
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