New Mexico Art Tells its History

Ranching

In 1598, Juan de Onate left Mexico to settle New Mexico with 846 goats, 198 oxen, 2,517 sheep, 316 horses, 41 mules, 53 hogs, 500 calves, and 799 cows, steers and bulls. In the intervening 400 years, ranching has grown to become one of the largest industries in the state.

Related Art

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Apache HerdsmanShamrock RanchLast of the Herd - RussellCattle Country - GoffFarmland - Forked Lightning Ranch, PecosSpring Branding - Van SoelenWorking with the Wagon - Van SoelenElena Farr Tying CalfFarr Ranch BrandingRomance Makers - Van CleveWashburn Begay Bringing in His Sheep at NoonUntitled - LoefflerCordova, Rio Arriba County - Collier

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