While most of the country is still deep in sleep's warm embrace, the American cattle farmer is shoveling down the last of his breakfast before pulling on his cracked and duct-tape-bandaged gloves and heading out the door. It is through these cracked leather gloves that a cowboy introduces himself, not through a firm handshake, but through the warn leather that serves as a reminder of the frigid winters and sweltering summers spent tending to the cattle and the land. The land that provides not only for the livestock, but for the cowboy. However, the fact is that good land like this has become hard to find, and a place like Three Tens Ranch in Oregon County, Missouri is a true rarity. Three Tens Ranch sits just North of Thayer, roughly 10 minutes from the Arkansas state line, on 32+/- acres. This small scale cattle ranch hosts around 15+ head of cattle year round, with 4 separate fenced pastures, automatic cattle waterers, and a corral. Several outbuildings including a 1200 sq ft shop as well as a 400 sq ft shed, and 140 sq ft storage building provide plentiful space for hay and grain, as well as equipment. In addition, a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom mobile home sits nestled near the County Road, providing shelter for the cowboy who calls Three Tens Ranch home.
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