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Fay Ranches and Heather James Gallery at the Jackson Hole, WY Fall Arts Festival

Mike Jorgenson and Fay Ranches would like to thank the Heather James Gallery for hosting our reception during the 2013 Jackson Fall Arts Festival. We would also like to thank those that were able to attend this amazing Wyoming event. We enjoyed great food, wine and wonderful gallery exhibits.

Fay Ranches to Sponsor the 2013 Land Report 100

Fay Ranches is very proud to sponsor the 2013 issue of the The Land Report 100. The Land Report profiles the 100 biggest landowners in the country, and is once again produced by Eddie Lee Rider and Eric O'Keefe, long-time friends of Fay Ranches.

The latest issue of the Land Report will be released next week , and we couldn't be more excited. We are offering an exclusive download of the top 100 landowners free of charge to all Fay Ranches Blog Readers.

2013 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival

Come and join Mike Jorgenson and Fay Ranches for a reception during the 2013 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. The reception will be held from 5 - 7pm on Tuesday September 10 at the Heather James Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, WY. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be provided. Enjoy some food and wine, and take a peek at the gallery's exhibits. The Fay team would love to see longtime friends and make new ones.

Hunting the High Desert of Eastern Oregon

Well, the days are getting shorter and temps are beginning to drop here in Eastern Oregon. We are entering Fall, and this means the start of hunting season in the mountain country of eastern Oregon. Archers start this weekend and have high expectations. With hundreds of thousands of acres of public land, the promise of trophy elk and deer is certain. One of our greatest features in the high desert and mountainous terrain of Eastern Oregon is the opportunity for big game hunting.

Ribbons at the Gallatin County Fair 4H

Chuck Davison's daughter Mikayla and B. Elfland's daughter Casey recently competed in the Gallatin County Fair 4H competition, and came home with several ribbons! Chuck and B watched proudly as Mikayla won All-Around Champion on Sunday and Casey won several blue ribbons with her steers and poultry. Check out some photos of Casey and Mikayla below: 

Team Roping on a Central Oregon Ranch

Located just east of the stunning Cascade Mountains, the DT Ranch in Central Oregon is home to world-class facilities, superior genetics and the new generation of elite performance horses. The DT Ranch was started with the aspiration of breeding and training exceptional roping horses. The top cowboys in the PRCA are currently riding and winning on DT horses. Jerry Hicks of Fay Ranches had a terrific time this past weekend, participating in the American Cowbow Team Roping Association team roping event hosted by Dean and Leslie Tuftin of the DT Ranch in Bend, Oregon.

New Features on the Fay Ranches Website Help You Find What You Need

Howdy, Fay Ranches fans. You may have noticed a few changes to the Fay Ranches website recently, and we couldn't be more excited about them! We worked with Fay to create a better, stronger, easier-to-use website for folks searching for properties and information regarding ranches, land and properties. The new Fay Ranches website features a more finely tuned design, mobile device compatibility, improved property search, better findability and updated information about ranches.

Blackstone Foundation Extends Campus Entrepreneurship Program to Montana

Fay Ranches Broker Chuck Davison attended the event hosted by the Blackstone Group Foundation in Helena, MT at the Montana State Capitol last Friday. The Blackstone Group Foundation announced the expansion of their Blackstone LaunchPad program to Montana. During the event, they announced a grant of $2 million to expand the program to the campuses of Montana State University and the University of Montana.

The Fay Family Goes Fishing

It was a beautiful day on the Double Drake Ranch down on the Ruby River. We cast a chubby Chernobyl to eager browns that were eating the bug consistently from noon until around 6pm. Everyone got in on the action catching fish, throwing sticks and skipping stones. The day was filled with ‘non-nintendo moments.’ The last thing I heard that night when I put the kids down was, “Thanks, Dad, that was so fun!”


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