1. farm consisting of a large tract of land along with facilities needed to raise livestock (especially cattle)
1. manage or run a ranch;
The ranch will carry 1000 cattle.
He left his Montana ranch to his spinster sister.
In agricultural areas, though, it can mean an extra day of helping on the family ranch.
She lives on a cattle ranch in Australia.
These examples barely touch future prospects in the technology of farm and ranch management.
Ranch: raising livestock culture, the grain harvest could fall.
The carcass of calf killed by the jaguars that inhabit the native forest bordering a ranch.
Ranch life has always centered around the cowboy.
What is the ranch really like?
They went work on a ranch.
What you call it? Double K Ranch . No. You from around here? Yeah, born and raise.
She would be buried Sunday next to her husband at the LBJ ranch.
You need at least one Ranch before you can build a Sheriff's Office.
He went to work on a ranch.
The owner or manager of a ranch ; a rancher.
Cattle and sheep are roaming at large on the ranch.
In the winter of 1898, Rogers fell heir to a ranch near Claremore.
On his ranch in Crawford, Texas, the President keeps longhorn cow named Ofelia.
The ranch is in the middle of a large plateau.
Ranchers employed them to take care of the cattle and work on the ranch.
He run a ranch in laramie.
They built a wall to keep wolves out of their ranch.
He lives on a cattle ranch in Australia.
They had to buy everything at inflated prices at the ranch store.
He plans to fence in about 100 acres of his ranch five miles north of town.
There is relatively little information about ranch, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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