Meet Our Ranchers

Camino “KID” Ranch

Camino “KID” Ranch – Buffalo, Wyoming

The Camino Family has been operating The KID Ranch in Johnson County for four generations. They raise premium natural Rambouillet lambs in the mountains and wide open spaces of northern Wyoming.   They are committed to sound animal husbandry and sustainable agricultural practices. The sheep are handled with care and raised the way we believe nature intended: on lush pastures, with plenty of clear, clean water. Their dedication to the land and the lambs they produce guarantees that their fiber is among the purest in the world.

See more of Camino “KID” Ranch through our slide show and video below.


Owens Ranch

Owens Land and Livestock

Mary Owens is a 5th generation sheep rancher. She loves history and in particular the Johnson County Cattle War.  This was a historic battle between the sheep men and cattle barons in the early 1900’s. Cattlemen dominated the Big Horn Basin and for many years set up boundaries where sheep were forbidden to graze. During this conflict Mary’s great uncle Joe Allemand, a French sheepman, had his sheep camp raided by seven masked cattlemen.  In a classic western drama; fires were started both men and sheep were killed. She and Bill have had their own ranch since 1986.

Their children are grown and in college but come home to work the ranch. They raise targhee/rambouillet sheep and have some lovely natural grays and blacks. Owens Land and Livestock lamb meets the natural standards for lamb in the Mountain States Lamb Coop.

See more of Owens Land and Livestock through our slide show.

Our thanks to Cheyenne Greub Photography for the amazing photos she did for us! (Please respect copyright laws)




Little Ranch

Little Ranch – Buffalo, Wyoming


Pheasant Ranch

Pheasant “9 mile” Ranch