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RANCHCAST with Lem Lewis - Whether you live on a ranch,
invest in rural real estate, or are simply a fan of the ranching
lifestyle, let this program serve as your guide to insights and practical
advice! Pour yourself a glass of whiskey and join me for a conversation with America's ranchers, landowners, investors and those who love the rural lifestyle!

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RANCHCAST with Lem Lewis - Whether you live on a ranch,
invest in rural real estate, or are simply a fan of the ranching
lifestyle, let this program serve as your guide to insights and practical
advice! Pour yourself a glass of whiskey and join me for a conversation with America's ranchers, landowners, investors and those who love the rural lifestyle!

    Episode 19: Extreme Cowboy Racing - Craig Cameron

    Episode 19: Extreme Cowboy Racing - Craig Cameron

    Craig Cameron has been a rancher, rodeo cowboy, professional horse trainer and tv star for many years.  He is also the founder of Extreme Cowboy Racing and the Extreme Cowboy Association. 

    https://extremecowboyassociation.com/index.htm

    https://www.craigcameronstore.com/https://www.craigcameronstore.com/

    • 10 min
    Episode 18: Experience the West - Tim Cox Art

    Episode 18: Experience the West - Tim Cox Art

    EXPERIENCE THE WEST – This phrase means something different to everyone.  Thoughts of cowboys, mountains, desert and the American ranching experience.  How does one experience the west without traveling?  How can you get the true feel of the American cowboy when you can’t be there with them.  One way is through the eyes of Tim Cox. Tim paints what he knows; cowponies covered in sweat after a hard day, a cutting horse intent on holding that cow,  ranch horses sharing a well-earned drink at a glistening water trough. His cattle have authentic expressions; calves perhaps a little bewildered at a branding, a longhorn steer intent on leaving the country, or a herd just shuffling along -  being driven to better pastures. Ranchers, cutters, team ropers, or cowhands, all of them touch Tim’s heart. Add a striking landscape with clear blue skies; wispy pink clouds or spectacular thunderheads and you have a Tim Cox painting.
    On this episode I have the privilege of visiting the artist Tim Cox as well as his wife Suzie, his long time supporter and business partner.
    Tim Cox is one of America’s best known western artists and if you don’t know his work then you will be pleasantly surprised to discover it.  Tim’s authenticity and inspiring vision of the American west has not come quickly or easily.  Tim, along with his wife Suzie have paid their dues.  Hard work, long days and isolated cow camps are things they know very well.  However, the hard work and endless nights of painting until dawn are finally paying off. He is one of the best known western artists, having been voted into the U. S. Art Magazine¹s Print Hall of Fame in 2000. Dozens of his Limited Edition Prints have sold out through the years, some as quickly as 3 weeks. Sales of his popular calendar line, which started in 1986, are nearing 10 million. One of the best compliments paid to his calendars is that you often see his tear off style calendars complete, late in the year. People will lift the pages rather than tear them off. Tim's paintings have appeared on over 300 magazine covers through the years, and he has been featured in articles of at least 16 different publications.
    Tim is a fourth generation Arizonan, born and raised in the ranching lifestyle.  He now resides outside of Bloomfield, New Mexico, where he continues to raise a few cattle and train horses with his family.
    https://www.timcox.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/Tim.Cox.Cowboy.Art/
    https://www.instagram.com/timcoxfineart/
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzie-cox-3902a241/

    • 33 min
    Episode 17: Ranching For Profit

    Episode 17: Ranching For Profit

    Would you run your company for free?  How hard would you be willing to work? Imagine long days of hard labor.  Nights spent out in the cold.  Working hungry, thirsty.  In weather that’s too hot and dry or too cold and wet.   And at the end of the year trying to figure out how to make ends meet.  Letting your spouse work another job just to pay the bills.  This is how many ranchers feel.  Unfortunately, this is a situation that is quite common throughout the United States.  But our friends at Ranch Management Consultants are out to change this.  RMS has a long, successful track record of equipping ranchers with the tools and insights to transform their ranch into a sustainable business.  Their Ranching For Profit School has been recognized internationally for 35 years as THE business school of ranching where they teach economic and financial principles to increase your profit, manage debt and improve cash flow.  My guest this week is Dallas Mount is CEO of RMC and leader the Ranching 4 Profit school.  I hope you enjoy.  To contact Ranch Mangement consultants please visit https://ranchmanagement.com/ , https://www.facebook.com/Ranching4Profit/ , https://www.instagram.com/ranching4profit/

    • 28 min
    Episode 16: Open Farm Days in Georgia

    Episode 16: Open Farm Days in Georgia

    In the midst of our country under self-quarantine from the COVID_19 virus, many people are struggling with acquiring the bare essentials such as food.  Long lines at the grocery store and empty shelves everywhere makes one really think about food and where it comes from and how to get it when you don’t have the grocery store to depend on.  My guest this week, Nicole Canamare, along with her husband and children operates C5 Farms in Jefferson Georgia where they host their Open Farm days and encourage families from the area to visit the farm and immerse themselves in the farming lifestyle.  We discuss everything from her picturesque front porch to putting piglets in the mail.  Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy.
     
    I invite you to visit my website, www.TheRanchBroker.com, to learn more about how you can build wealth, create peace of mind, and… leave a legacy. RANCHCAST with LEM LEWIS showcases the vital contributions that America’s ranchers and farmers make to our nation’s economy and food supply. Whether you live on a ranch or farm, invest in rural real estate, or are simply a fan of the ranch lifestyle, this program is your guide to insights and practical advice available nowhere else.
    Read more at http://www.theranchbroker.com/podcast

    • 33 min
    Episode 15: Fighting Fire With Fire

    Episode 15: Fighting Fire With Fire

    Wildfires in Texas have had devastating effects on landowners, communities, and ecosystems. Since 2005, 11 Million acres have burned across the state. The largest and fastest moving of wildfires typically occur across the Panhandle and the western half of Texas. My guests on this episode of Ranchcast are the men in combat with those fires. Jim Cooper & Steven Moore from the Texas A&M Forest Service share their knowledge on fighting wildfires.

    • 47 min
    Episode 14: Cowboys Like You've Never Seen Before

    Episode 14: Cowboys Like You've Never Seen Before

    My guest on this episode of Ranchcast is none other than Bud Force, co-director and cinematographer of this feature length film.   Bud along with his co-director John Langmore, spent two years filming on 8 of the largest ranches in the country.  The result is story is steeped in authenticity that explores the rewards and hardships of a celebrated but misunderstood way of life.

    • 27 min

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