True Ranches has a long and rich history in Wyoming, beginning with its purchase of the Double Four in Albany County by Dave and Jean True in 1957.  True Ranches has grown to 7 ranches, two farms and one feedlot, employing approximately 90 people. 
In addition to providing beef products for people around the world, True Ranches, take the responsibility of being good stewards of natural resources very seriously. According to Dave True, “being a multi- generational family organization, protecting and enhancing the land, water and wildlife resources are an overarching mission for True Ranches.”
True Ranches allows hunting access on all of their ranches throughout the state. They have enrolled thousands of acres of their private lands in the Department’s Access Yes program for big game hunting.
True Ranches continues to cooperate with the Department to proactively manage their LAK property southeast of Newcastle in order to improve bighorn sheep habitat and provide hunting and viewing access to this isolated population of bighorns.
Wyoming hosts an abundance of natural resources which allow for quality hunting and fishing opportunities. Our state is known for its strong ranching heritage and supply of agricultural products. The True Ranches unites these two important values in our state by supporting wildlife populations and allowing hunting and fishing access while maintaining their working ranch heritage.
Congratulations to True Ranches as the recipient of the 2017 Casper Region Landowner of the Year Award!
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