History: Pioneer Outfit in Canada’s Range Livestock Industry

Reprinted from the February 1950 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

The Ross Ranches' roundup wagon, George Ross shown sixth from the left.

History: Pioneer Outfit in Canada’s Range Livestock Industry
By Guy Weadick, High River, Alta.

Always Welcome: A Stranger, a Friend, a Chinook in Winter, a Rain or a Calf in Summer

That is the heading on the stationary of the Ross Ranches, which comprise the Ross Ranching Co. Ltd., Milk River Cattle Co. Ltd., and Brown Ranch Co. Ltd., who raise beef cattle and whose President is George C. Ross. Their headquarters are located at Arden, Alberta.

Their caption expresses the sentiment of the outfit since its inception in the ’80’s. Today, with their recent addition, the Lost River Ranch, it is being carries on by the second and third generations of the Ross ranching family.’

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