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Late Summer on the Wolf Creek

Summer Range Above Chama, New Mexico

The Wolf Creek Ranch

The Wolf Creek Ranch sits in the mountains above Chama, New Mexico. During the summer months our yaks and cattle graze the rich grasses in the valley. Herds of elk live in the forests and meadows on the mountains. All the animals enjoy the fresh waters of the Wolf Creek that is also known for its technical fly fishing.

Wolf Creek Ranch

790 Highway 17 N, Chama NM

Summer pasture for many of our animals.

"The Farm"

El Barranco

El Barranco is the name of a village that once sat upon these lands. My grandmother received this farm as a high school graduation present from her parents in the 1930s when money was scarce but land was abundant. Our yaks and cattle spend the winters munching the hay grown on these fields. Our grasses are irrigated from waters of acequias (ditches) that date back to the mid-19th century. El Barranco farm straddles the Chama River and Hwy 64/84.

The Farm

16853 Highway 64, Chama, NM

Half-way between Chama and Tierra Amarilla. Hay fields, pasture,and winter range for our animals.