Welcome to the Trigg Ranch
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quality Aberdeen Angus feeder and stocker calves have been raised
on the Steve Trigg Ranch since 1918 when the Triggs brought the
first herd of black cattle to New Mexico from Texas. This 50,000
acre ranch lies in the mesa country straddling the eastern edge
of San Miguel County, 32 miles NNW of Tucumcari, NM. It is operated
by Trigg Cattle Company. Kristen Holmes is the ranch manager with
her husband Richard.
The New Mexico Section of the Society for Range Management awarded the "Excellence in Range Management" Award to Trigg Cattle Co. and the Trigg family at the Society’s annual meeting on January 10-11, 2013 at the Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces. Kristen, Caitlin, and Hilary Holmes attended the Awards Luncheon to accept the award on behalf of the Trigg family. Click here to read the news release for the award.
The Trigg Ranch is actively trying to manage our lands using the Allan Savory method of holistic range management. Who is Allan Savory? Check out the following 22 minute video to find out!
Birds: Jo Osterhouse and Martin MacRoberts
surveyed the bird population along Trigg
Road on July 23 and 24, 2013. Here is a list of the birds
Eric departs Nana's International Airport and Colton vidoes the
takeoff. Click to see
Last Family Ranch Left Standing”
Can a family
ranch survive more than two or three generations? It seems inevitable
that family disputes, death duties, or financial pressures eventually
chip away until the property must be sold, in pieces or altogether,
and the original ranch is just history.
third generation descendants of Bess and Steve Trigg believe that
the Trigg Ranch will be “the last family ranch left standing”.
What makes us so sure? Read Linda’s account of “The
Trigg Experience” to find out.
Howell, certified educator and consultant for Allan Savory Holistic
visited the Trigg Ranch in August 2003 and wrote
an article that was published in
the Allan Savory Center's "In Practice" the following February.
was a pleasure to meet a ranching family with so many positive things
going for them. With people and financial issues well under control,
Rick and Kristen are well-poised to begin working on the ecological
side of things. With locally adapted cattle, the support of the
entire family, a healthy financial cushion, and a strong desire
to improve, the Trigg Ranch really is bursting with possibility."
here to read the article.
was sprayed for mesquite on 6/18/08. Click
to see video(AVI)
here for (MOV).
Jr. passed away July 2nd, 2002.
Trigg operated the Trigg Ranch for over 60 years. He was a generous,
kind, and well respected New Mexico rancher and we miss him dearly.
Here is his obituary - a good read - and photos of his memorial
service at the ranch.
Lane, president of The Bell Ranch (http://thebellranch.com)
, died in an airplane crash on Wednesday, August 15, 2007.
Remembered . . .
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