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Cattle Drives in Montana- Dryhead Ranch


Originally posted February 7, 2010.

Dryhead Ranch (formerly Schively Ranch) is one of the few truly real working Montana Horse Ranches / Cattle Ranches. This Montana Working Ranch was built in l898 and has run thousands of head of cattle and been the home of many cowboys who have rode and trained hundreds of foundation bred quarter horses over the years.

We invite you to join us at the Dryhead Ranch to experience a cowboy lifestyle that you see only in the movies, we are a Montana Dude and Working Ranch.
When you come to the Dryhead Ranch you will get to participate first hand in a real Cattle Drive or a challenging Horse Drive or have the opportunity to brand a calf. We offer the hands on challenge of imprinting our colts and halter breaking our yearling colts.

The Dryhead Ranch is a Montana Guest Ranch on the east slopes of the Pryor Mountains, south of Billings, Montana. We will share with you one of the largest Buffalo Jumps in the United States. Our Dryhead Canyon offers this awe inspiring Buffalo Jump with a hands on indian flavor to interest any history buff. The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range near by is the oldest refuge for mustang horses. You can see and photograph Spanish blood mustang horses who run wild and free on 70,000 acres. We offer a truly unique authentic cowboy experience. Our cowboys care for 20,000 acres of grassland mountain country. We watch over 800 head of mother cows and calves and 300 head of mares, colts, cavvy horses and several foundation bred quarter horse studs on our Montana Ranch. Our guests come as strangers but leave as cowboys and friends.

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