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Settling the West-Mining and Ranching
 
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Screencast of Mining & Ranching lecture
Views: 503 Rebecca Bidwell
Mining and Ranching
 
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History Project
Views: 128 Mark Saweres
Merritt home to sawmills, logging, ranching, and mining -  British Columbia Travel 2013  - YouTube
 
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Beautiful area that like many today, has grown up to fast and lost some of it's charm along the way. music by Artist: Rehearsal Jazz Title: Camel
Views: 2697 JCVdude
Mining, Ranching, and Farming
 
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A description of life on the Great Plains
Views: 70 MrBteach86
Keys Ranch Part II of III
 
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In the high desert country that was to become Joshua Tree National Park, rugged individuals tried their luck at cattle ranching, mining, and homesteading. William F. Keys and his family are particularly representative of the hard work and ingenuity it took to settle and prosper in the Mojave Desert. In this episode, learn about the start of Bill and France's life on the ranch and how they raised a family. To preserve its historic character, admission to the ranch is restricted to ranger-guided walking tours. The tours are a half-mile in length and last 90 minutes. Group size is limited to 25 people. For more information, see our website. For reservations, call 760-367-5522. To watch the video with audio description, click here- https://youtu.be/DmE7SRFBElc.
Views: 792 JoshuaTreeNPS
Travel Guide: Philipsburg, Montana - an old but lively West-mining town
 
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The draw of Philipsburg, MT, an old West-mining town that is still very much alive starts with the painted mainstreet and sweet spots to stop like Sweet Palace, a candy store where you will find hundreds of varieties. But the best stuff is what’s made in house, like the 50 kinds of fudge, 72 flavors of taffy and 20 varieties of caramel. Next door you will find Sapphire Gallery, where you can grab a bag of gravel guaranteed to have a sapphire inside for 25 bucks. When it comes to a spot to stay, check out the Broadway Hotel, a spot that was once a general store back in the mining hey day. Today, current owners have renovated the building into a charming hotel with 9 rooms that are all decorated to a different theme ranging from Route 66 to mining and even ranching to play homage to a current industry in the town.
Views: 4924 Carri Wilbanks
A Brief Photo Slideshow of Ranching and Mining in the West but With a Special Surprise
 
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i didn't choose the music; my group has my family at gunpoint and they said that if i didn't make it mine on me that i'd never see them again [art by me]
Views: 18 Iris Games
The Minecraft Guide - 05 - Ranching
 
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In the battle against hunger livestock is very important! Previous Ep: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmFLogvA3jY Next Ep: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND3njYmOzcs Subscribe! - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=linkthe1st My blog - http://www.B10g.net Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/visage.guides Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/wstrife
Views: 283167 William Strife
Keys Ranch Part I of III
 
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In the high desert country that was to become Joshua Tree National Park, rugged individuals tried their luck at cattle ranching, mining, and homesteading. William F. Keys and his family are particularly representative of the hard work and ingenuity it took to settle and prosper in the Mojave Desert. In this episode, learn about the various groups of people who lived here, how Bill Keys came to the ranch, and basic mining operations. To preserve its historic character, admission to the ranch is restricted to ranger-guided walking tours. The tours are a half-mile in length and last 90 minutes. Group size is limited to 25 people. For more information, see our website. For reservations, call 760-367-5522. To watch this video with audio description, click here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8U9Mj0cWzBk.
Views: 1445 JoshuaTreeNPS
The Three Western Frontiers.mov
 
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A look at the three western frontiers of the late 1800s: mining, ranching and farming.
Views: 2047 damasquack
Silverlands Ranching, Zambia
 
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Silverlands Ranching is comprised of a cattle ranch and beef value chain business in Zambia. A large dam and pivot irrigation have been installed to provide low cost irrigated pastures and fodder production. The business is developing feed-lots and processing to add value and to take advantage of its own fodder production.
Smartest Working Generation
 
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To honor 100 years of Montana’s Workers’ Compensation Act, Montana State Fund took a look at work across Montana, from traditional industries like ranching and mining to modern industries like ski patrolling and outdoor product design. What we found is a workforce committed to a future of safety and to being Montana’s smartest working generation. For more on how to do that in your workplace, we encourage you to visit safemt.com.
Views: 1727 Montana State Fund
Robsons Ranch & Mining Camp, Arizona
 
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One of Western Destinations Premier Resort Locations. www.robsonsminingworld.com www.westerndestinations.com
Views: 510 larebo7
Holden Marolt Mining and Ranching Museum
 
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Take a step back in time and visit the Holden/Marolt Mining and Ranching Museum in Aspen, Colorado. Can you say the word "lixiviation" ? Have you seen a 120-year-old steam engine in operation? Do you know what an ore conveyor belt shaft is? Experience all this and more at one of America's best kept museum secrets through this short video.
Precision Cattle Ranching
 
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With the use of UAV technology, thermal and RGB cameras, an RFID reader and LIDAR unit, cattle ranchers will be able to automatically track their cattle from a remote location. By identifying animals and reading their tags quickly the data transferred is instantaneous and reduces time spent manually tracking individual animals. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2FmziLu
Views: 292 SAIT
Stuart Butzier, Modrall Sperling Attorney for Mining, Energy and Ranching Clients
 
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http://www.modrall.com/srb Stuart Butzier has assisted mining, energy and ranching clients throughout his twenty-plus year legal career with Modrall Sperling. His advice and counsel has included helping clients strategically navigate the maze of environmental and mining regulatory and permitting regimes, the morass of litigation, and the unique challenges of complex deals and real property transactions. Stuart is considered a "tenacious litigator who gains excellent results." His passion and knowledge intersect in a way that makes him stand out... Meet Stuart Butzier. I'm Stuart Butzier. I'm with the Modrall Sperling law firm here in Albuquerque, New Mexico and I practice mining law and natural resources law and environmental law. I have stuck with it over the years and really enjoyed working with natural resources clients. In particular, mining. People who are involved in mining -- there is something about the people that are involved that I think makes them fascinating people, and they deal with a whole range of fascinating issues and a lot of technical environmental and other kinds of consultants. I feel like a lot of people have great ideas and thoughts but aren't necessarily equipped with the language tools to be able to really effectively put them forward, and so I feel like I bring a benefit to clients by essentially being their mouthpiece in a lot of respects, and I enjoy that; I feel like people really respect the kind of work that I do.
Views: 220 Kyle Zimmerman
1/04/2016 -- Hammond + Bundy "Ranches" -- Volcanoes, Gold, URANIUM + BLM / Government
 
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Armed standoff in Oregon due to a 'Rancher' and a fight with the BLM? Deja Vu! This just happened in Oregon a few months ago, and again in 2014 in Nevada with the Bundy "ranch"! But there is something hidden behind these "ranchers", and the government that I think we should all be made aware of (before you put your support behind these strangers out in the woods, or before you might support the BLM on any claim, you should know that there is serious MONEY at stake in the ground at each location -- read on to find out how/why). April 2015 / Gold Hill, Oregon -- There was a BLM standoff over a Gold mine + people in the back country laying claim to the land -- Militia deployed, youtube video freakout, main stream media smear job, and government propaganda .. all over a series of Gold mines that people were pulling from that the Government seized control over. The whole bit happened just a few months back... now it is happening again in the same state, and again at a location know for precious metals? I find this connection suspicious, especially since this is the THIRD time in 1 year. Video from a few months ago covering the last Oregon BLM / Militia standoff over the Gold mines: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZGTumFVgCI ____ Now again in Oregon, January 2016 -- Malheur Oregon now sees their own militia standoff.. again most likely over precious metals in the ground (shh! hush hush on this , don't tell anyone about the GOLD and URANIUM at stake). https://www.google.com/search?q=malheur+uranium&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8 https://www.google.com/search?q=malheur+gold+deposits&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8 _______ Here is Montagraph's video calling this whole Oregon situation out as a setup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvY2ej_PcqA _____ Here is the full breakdown of the Bundy "ranch" + Gold Butte Nevada, the location of tons of Gold, and also other precious metals at Bundy's "ranch" in Gold Butte Nevada: https://www.google.com/search?q=dutchsinse+gold+butte&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8 http://www.friendsofgoldbutte.org/about/historical-resources/ https://www.google.com/search?q=gold+butte+nevada https://www.google.com/search?q=gold+butte+nevada+WWI+copper http://silverstateghosttowns.com/goldbutte.html http://kensphotogallery.blogspot.com/2015/01/daytrip-gold-butte-town-site-gold-butte.html ____ We all remember the BLM / Bundy Ranch standoff which occurred in 2014. Most people don't know, the Nevada land grab was NOT about "cattle". The Bundy "ranch" was about Gold Butte, Nevada. Gold Butte is an old dormant butte volcano, and an old GOLD MINING TOWN which was shut down by the government between 1905 -1908. During World War 1 a large majority of the copper and silver used in the war came from around this location in Clark County Nevada. Ironically, 100 years ago is the time where Bundy claims his family began ranching the area. It is odd that the families that stayed behind AFTER the government shut down the post office (on purpose shut down to cut off supply to the town).... turned out to be ranchers --- and that was 100 years ago. Bundy, an old man now in 2015 must have been passed down a "family secret" about the Gold deposits, silver deposits, and other precious metals in the ground at Gold Butte, NV. The whole BLM land grab in 2014 was about Gold. Which is why Harry Reid wanted to strip mine the area and build a "solar farm" on Gold Butte after they level the mountainside and get the contents of the stripped surface and subsurface. ______ Gold Butte is located about 33 miles southeast of Glendale Nevada. Mica was first discovered here in 1873, and then gold in 1905. By the next year, a post office was built. A gold rush in 1908 brought in more people, and the townsite now had a hotel, livery stable, post office, mercantile, and several residences. Another camp named Copper City was started two miles west at the site of the short-lived Lincoln copper mine. By 1910 the gold rush was over and most mining operations ceased. No buildings remain, only a couple concrete slabs / foundations, two graves, and several old mine shafts. Mining is thought to have begun in the 1700’s when the Spanish left remnants of their efforts in the form of arrastras. An arrastra is a large flat rock hollowed out over which a donkey would drag another rock to crush the ore. There are four known arrastras in the Gold Butte townsite area. In the 1800’s mica was being mined and shipped from the area. Gold was discovered in 1906 and by 1907 Gold Butte was booming with a speculated population of 2,000. By 1909 the boom went bust and the post office was removed from the townsite of Gold Butte. Mining continued in the area as the Grand Gulch copper mine produced much of the needed copper for World War
Views: 121948 dutchsinse
Animal Ranching On An Asteroid! - Ep. 1- Oxygen Not Included Ranching Upgrade - ONI Gameplay
 
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Welcome to Oxygen Not Included! The ONI Ranching Update is live and full of new life! Take care of critters and grow them into useful helpers (or sandwiches)! ►Watch more ONI: http://bit.ly/ONIS08 ►Join Blitz on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Blitzkriegsler - - - - - Watch the rest of this series on my second channel: http://bit.ly/BlitzAferDark - - - - - Oxygen Not Included Ranching Upgrade Gameplay Overview: It's been a hard six weeks of survival for our poor stranded Duplicants, but something adorable is on the horizon that's sure to make them smile - Critter Ranching! With new tools at their disposal our Duplicants can interact with critters in a variety of cute and helpful ways. Will Hatches become Dupe's best friend? Is there enough grooming in the world to make a Puft smell good? What DO Shine Bugs eat? - - - - - ONI Ranching Update Features: ►Critter Ranching Critter ranching allows you to interact with critters in a variety of new ways and integrate them into the daily routine of your colony. Duplicants, particularly those employed as Ranchers, can care for Hatches, Shine Bugs, and Pufts to increase their happiness, farm additional resources from them, and even breed new critters for your herd. ►Critter Wrangling: Use the new Wrangle tool and your Ranchers can capture critters alive and move them around your base! No traps required. ►Critter Care: Tons of new buildings and systems have been implemented to keep your precious critters happy, healthy, and most importantly productive. ►Needs and Conditions: Each critter species has specific needs that must be met in order to maintain their health and comfort. Temperature, atmosphere, and food needs will all need to be met in order to keep a critter happy, and a happy critter is a productive one! ►Critter Feeders: Critters are hungry little guys and now have calorie stores just like Duplicants. They'll need to eat regularly in order to stay alive, but luckily feeding them has never been easier! Just pop a bit of unused stone into a Critter Feeder and watch a Hatch munch away! ►Grooming Stations: Clip those claws, unmatt that fur, and shine those shells! Critters appreciate it when their handlers keep them in tip top shape, so be sure to build a fewer grooming station and let the primping begin! ►New Ranching Job: This new job comes with a boost to the newly introduce Ranching attribute, and will teach Duplicants the art of wrangling critters in the wild for capture (no traps required!). Dupes who learn the Ranching trade will also be able to use a Grooming Station to give their livestock's happiness a boost from time to time. ►Critter Reproduction: New reproduction cycles means you can ranch critters to increase their numbers. Raise a flock of twenty Pufts! ►Happiness: You know, they say "Happiness is a warm Hatch." Well, Happiness is the new metric by which you can see how well your critters are cared for. Creatures with high happiness will not only produce more useful products, but they may even feel comfortable enough to lay some new eggs! ►Eggs! When a critter's Reproduction stat reaches 100, they will now lay a brand new delicious adorable critter egg. These eggs can be immediately cooked and ravenously eaten raised with the utmost care to produce new critters, allowing you to increase the size of your lovable critter herd. ►Incubators: Build an Incubator to ensure all your critter eggs are safe, secure, and most importantly, warm. These Incubators are equipped with ideal settings for each known species of critter egg, so go ahead, set it and forget it! (But make sure a Rancher is on hand to oversee the hatching!) - - - - - Download ONI on Steam: http://bit.ly/2nMOivu - - - - - Q. What is a supported video? A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received a free download, merchandise, or any travel arrangements is supported by the developers. Q. What is a sponsored video? A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received financial incentives to produce a video need to be disclosed. I will (and have been) disclosing these as sponsored. - - - - - Want more Blitz? Check these links out: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Sub2Blitz Twitter: https://twitter.com/Blitzkriegsler Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/blitz Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/ytblitz
Views: 235233 Blitz
19.1 Miners,ranchers,and cowhands period:2
 
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via YouTube Capture
Views: 37 ClaireMirkarimi
4/15/2015 -- Gold Rush! Bundy Ranch v2.0 Reloaded -- Oregon Mining town BLM takeover
 
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Check oldmarine1 for updates on this , he's staying on top of breaking news regarding this: https://www.youtube.com/user/theoldmarine1 ____ We all remember the BLM / Bundy Ranch standoff which occurred in 2014. Most people don't know, the Nevada land grab was NOT about "cattle". It was about Gold Butte,Nevada. Gold Butte is an old dormant butte volcano, and an old GOLD MINING TOWN which was shut down by the government between 1905 -1908. During World War 1 a large majority of the copper and silver used in the war came from around this location in Clark County Nevada. Ironically, 100 years ago is the time where Bundy claims his family began ranching the area. It is odd that the families that stayed behind AFTER the government shut down the post office (on purpose shut down to cut off supply to the town).... turned out to be ranchers --- and that was 100 years ago. Bundy, an old man now in 2015 must have been passed down a "family secret" about the Gold deposits, silver deposits, and other precious metals in the ground at Gold Butte, NV. The whole BLM land grab in 2014 was about Gold. Which is why Harry Reid wanted to strip mine the area and build a "solar farm" on Gold Butte after they level the mountainside and get the contents of the stripped surface and subsurface. ______ Gold Butte is located about 33 miles southeast of Glendale. Mica was first discovered here in 1873, and then gold in 1905. By the next year, a post office was built. A gold rush in 1908 brought in more people, and the townsite now had a hotel, livery stable, post office, mercantile, and several residences. Another camp named Copper City was started two miles west at the site of the short-lived Lincoln copper mine. By 1910 the gold rush was over and most mining operations ceased. No buildings remain, only a couple concrete slabs / foundations, two graves, and several old mine shafts. Mining is thought to have begun in the 1700’s when the Spanish left remnants of their efforts in the form of arrastras. An arrastra is a large flat rock hollowed out over which a donkey would drag another rock to crush the ore. There are four known arrastras in the Gold Butte townsite area. In the 1800’s mica was being mined and shipped from the area. Gold was discovered in 1906 and by 1907 Gold Butte was booming with a speculated population of 2,000. By 1909 the boom went bust and the post office was removed from the townsite of Gold Butte. Mining continued in the area as the Grand Gulch copper mine produced much of the needed copper for World War 1. The wagon trails that carried the copper to the St. Thomas railroad spur can still be followed to this day. The wagon masters’ signatures in wagon wheel axel grease tell the story on the sandstone walls of Mud Wash. ______ Now move forward to 2015, and we have Galice Oregon, and a repeat situation of the BLM coming in to a Gold mining town to seize land for their own use. Again we have locals who mine the land , who have a miners claim (by law) on land that is public use. Just like Nevada , Bundy, and Gold Butte, in Oregon we have Gold HILL nearby. A butte and a hill could be considered very much similar. Nearby volcanoes at each location tell the tale of the rich mineral deposits which must exist at both locations in NV, and OR. ______ http://www.friendsofgoldbutte.org/about/historical-resources/ https://www.google.com/search?q=gold+butte+nevada https://www.google.com/search?q=gold+butte+nevada+WWI+copper http://silverstateghosttowns.com/goldbutte.html http://kensphotogallery.blogspot.com/2015/01/daytrip-gold-butte-town-site-gold-butte.html
Views: 21182 dutchsinse
Newmont's TS Ranch
 
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At Newmont, we do more than just gold mining. To learn about all of our career opportunities visit our website: http://www.newmont.com/join-our-team
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Surface Mining! - Ep. 34 - Oxygen Not Included Cosmic Upgrade
 
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Welcome to Oxygen Not Included Ep. 34! The ONI Ranching Mark II Upgrade is live and full of new life! ►Watch More ONI: http://bit.ly/ONIS10 ►Watch Livestreams on Facebook: fb.gg/blitz - - - - - Watch the rest of this series on my second channel: http://bit.ly/BlitzAferDark - - - - - Oxygen Not Included Cosmic Upgrade Gameplay Overview: "Space" just got bigger--literally. Miner Duplicants have broken through the crust of the asteroid, revealing the entire big ol' cosmos beyond! This stellar discovery has spurred new material innovations as the Duplicants rush to exploit the frontier while defending themselves from the uncaring vacuum (and unsightly freezer burn) of space. - - - - - ONI Cosmic Update Features: ► Space Biome - "Look at me, Liam! I'm on top of the world!" The surface of the asteroid is a source of abundant natural resources along with new hazards for your Duplicants to navigate. ►Solar Light - The abundant energy of a nearby star can be harnessed for electricity with Solar Panels. Your poor cave-dwelling Duplicants will appreciate the warm natural light as well, provided they don't roast! ►Meteor Showers: The good news: free resources! The bad news: they're traveling at 16 kilometers per second. Protect your surface infrastructure with meteor-proof walls and shutters, along with the new Meteor Detector. ►New Elements: Improved material science has enabled the production of Steel, Ceramics, Glass, and other basic materials. Windows and Walls: Now your Duplicants can build a room with a view. Transparent windows allow light and decor to pass through, while keeping your precious gasses and liquids right where you want them. Back walls offer protection against the greedy vacuum of space for those who dare to build on the surface. Critter Additions ►Like a swarm of Shine Bugs, the ranching opportunities continue to expand with new buildings and improvements. ►Updated Egg Economy: An Egg Cracker building makes planning your next omelet as easy as pie, which is a good thing because eggs have undergone some mass changes, as well as becoming unviable if left in storage for too long. ►Updated Critter Artwork: Completed eggs, babies, wrangled, and trapped artwork for all critters. Hooray! ►Automated Pen Management: Before, your Duplicants merely kept critters. Now, they're ranching them! Pen limits, as well as automatic wrangling and transfer, lets you build the coal-producing machine of your dreams. - - - - - Download ONI on Steam: http://bit.ly/2nMOivu - - - - - Q. What is a supported video? A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received a free download, merchandise, or any travel arrangements is supported by the developers. Q. What is a sponsored video? A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received financial incentives to produce a video need to be disclosed. I will (and have been) disclosing these as sponsored. - - - - - Want more Blitz? Check these links out: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Sub2Blitz Twitter: https://twitter.com/Blitzkriegsler Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/blitz Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/ytblitz
Views: 13562 Blitz After Dark
SOLD : Land For Sale in Wyoming : 164 Acre Ranch with County Road Frontage bordering Public Land
 
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This property has sold. Please visit our website to view our current available properties at: https://LANDiO.com View Full Property Details at: https://goo.gl/uMePME Call or Text LANDiO anytime at 713-597-7670 for questions or to purchase this property. Please reference the LANDiO Property ID Number: WY_Carbon_00007 Amazing 164 Acre Ranch with County Road Frontage and Mountain Views and less than 30 minutes from the city Rawlins, Wyoming. Buzzard Road (County Road 497) runs through the Northwest corner of the property and connects directly to Highway 287 only 3 miles away that takes you South into Rawlins (population 10,000) and North into Casper (population 60,000). In Rawlins you will find medical care, groceries, supplies, building materials, feed stores, restaurants, professional services and a Walmart Supercenter. This parcel is surrounded by over 1 Million Acres of Public Land that includes Green Mountain, Whiskey Peak and the Ferris Mountains. The property adjoins 640 Acres of BLM land along the entire North boundary where the Separation Creek flows North and South, creating a magnetic for wildlife in the area. The entire Western boundary also borders 640 Acres of BLM land with a ridge that reaches an elevation of 6,750 feet. Southern Wyoming's Carbon County is rich in wildlife. This property falls in the regions designated for the hunting of Antelope, Elk, Bighorn Sheep, Deer, Mountain Lion, Pheasant, Sage Grouse and Wild Turkey. There are also Wild Horses in the area. The property is close to world-class fishing, water sports and outdoor recreation activities at the nearby Seminoe State Park, Seminoe Reservoir, North Platte River, Miracle Mile, Pathfinder Reservoir and Alcova Reservoir. Seminoe State Park is surrounded by giant dunes of white sand, acres of sagebrush, thousands of pronghorn antelope and sage grouse, all under the bluest of Wyoming skies. Located 34 miles northeast of Rawlins, Seminoe State Park features the moon-like Seminoe Mountains and the Seminoe Reservoir, The reservoir is home to both trout and walleye. The park provides facilities for anglers, boaters, picnickers, campers and hikers. Seminoe has 180 miles of shoreline and is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Wyoming and the largest of the Wyoming State Parks system. The world-famous Miracle Mile is actually a 5.5-mile stretch of the North Platte River fed by Seminoe Reservoir. It is an extremely fertile tailwater that offers anglers a chance to catch enormous trophy trout, and with approximately 4,000 fish per mile, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to catch the fish of a lifetime. This area is boatable but much more effective for wade-fishing. The Pathfinder Reservoir a 22,000-acre lake known for its massive size and colossal walleye, trout and carp. Pathfinder hosts numerous professional walleye tournaments during the summer months and one of Wyoming’s largest ice fishing derbies — the HAWG Ice Fishing Derby — during the winter. This property is located in Carbon County's Ranching, Agriculture & Mining Zone (RAM). There are several ranches and farms with homes nearby. Nearby land owners have installed water wells on their properties at various depths. Parcel Size: 164 Deeded Acres Account Number: R0017851 Parcel Number: 06-2488-35-2-00-05700 Legal Description: T24N R88W SEC 35 NW4 GPS Coordinates: 42.015435, -107.311738 Access: Buzzard Road (County Road 497) Property Taxes: $173.33 / year Title: Free & Clear Conveyance: Warranty Deed Nearby Points of Interest 3 miles to Highway 287 (South to Rawlins, North to Casper) 28 minutes to Rawlins, WY : Population 10,000 1 hour 15 minutes to Seminoe State Park, Reservoir, North Platte River’s Miracle Mile 1 hour 46 minutes to the Pathfinder Reservoir 1 hour 48 minutes to Casper, WY : Population 60,000 There is an International Airport in Casper, Wyoming about 2 hours from the property. The code for this airport is CPR. For more information, please visit their website at iFlyCasper.com 1 hour 57 minutes to Laramie, WY : Population 30,800 2 hours 47 minutes to Cheyenne, WY : Population 91,700 2 hours 58 minutes to Fort Collins, CO : Population 152,000 4 hours to Denver, CO : Population 650,000 GPS Coordinates Northwest Corner: 42.0158573400549, -107.312609817804 *********************************************************************** land for sale in Wyoming land for sale real estate for sale home for sale for sale in Wyoming hunting land for sale public hunting land near me Wyoming real estate Wyoming Rawlins Wyoming Casper Wyoming national forest horse tiny homes land for sale near me elk hunting hunting deer hunting pronghorn antelope wild horses for sale by owner owner financing cheap land for sale seller financing hiking near me bighorn sheep pheasant hunting hiking trails near me hiking trails mountain acre acres acreage ranch
Views: 1588 LANDiO
Miners Ranchers Farmers
 
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Views: 249 Kerry Green
PPT: Unit 3, Ch  19, Railroads, Ranchers, Farmers, Miners
 
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Railroads, Ranchers, Farmers, Miners
Views: 202 Teresa Brown
TIER 3 GOLD MINING OPERATION! - Gold Rush: The Game Gameplay
 
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Welcome to Gold Rush! Gold Rush is a game based on the Gold Rush Discovery Program on the discover channel! Watch the Gold rush full episodes here: http://bit.ly/MoreGoldRush - - - - - Gold Rush Gameplay Overview: Those of you who have never dreamt about finding a gold nugget, please raise your hand. Ok, now, gather around, because I’m about to tell you something. The rest of you can just enjoy this experience, because there is nothing I can tell you to make you even more interested. It’s just a “dream come true” for all of us, right? Gold Rush allows you to discover the tough experience of gold mining. You start with just a few bucks, but with passing days, you become the wealthiest man in Alaska. We created a big, detailed world with four unique gold mining claims. On each, you will find a fully deformable terrain. Each fragment of our world has its own background story you can discover in spare time. Our main goal was to create a high-fidelity simulation. You will spend a lot of time in the excavator, as it is the main gold mining tool, so with that in mind, we spend the majority of our time giving you the best possible experience. There is no campaign in our game. Instead, we decided, after a long tutorial, you will go into Sandbox mode, where you will not be constrained by anything. Remember, nobody can work all day, all night. Even if you’d like to, the hard work of gold miners is often hampered by the force of nature. Difficult weather conditions can easily spoil the machines and stop the extraction for a long time, not to mention the winter, when you can’t dig at all. - - - - - Download Gold Rush on steam: http://bit.ly/2yoHGaO - - - - - Q. What is a supported video? A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received a free download, merchandise, or any travel arrangements is supported by the developers. Q. What is a sponsored video? A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received financial incentives to produce a video need to be disclosed. I will (and have been) disclosing these as sponsored. - - - - - Want more Blitz? Check these links out: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Sub2Blitz Twitter: https://twitter.com/Blitzkriegsler Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/blitz
Views: 269451 Blitz
Stardew Valley - Farming Skill Guide
 
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A look at the most important skill in Stardew Valley! My Twitter - https://twitter.com/DangerousFunny?lang=en Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/dangerouslyfunny Discord - https://discord.gg/ts3jkW3 The Farm/Mod is http://www.nexusmods.com/stardewvalley/mods/1317/?
Views: 152201 DangerouslyFunny
US Mines & Mineral Resources: "United States: A Ten Talent Nation" 1922 American Motion Picture
 
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Geology & Earth Sciences playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL33B1A9216BB65F7A more at http://scitech.quickfound.net Good overview of mining and mineral resources in the US as of 1922, with many nice film clips and lots of statistics. Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mining Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the earth from an orebody, lode, vein, seam, or reef, which forms the mineralized package of economic interest to the miner. Ores recovered by mining include metals, coal and oil shale, gemstones, limestone, and dimension stone, rock salt and potash, gravel, and clay. Mining is required to obtain any material that cannot be grown through agricultural processes, or created artificially in a laboratory or factory. Mining in a wider sense includes extraction of any non-renewable resource such as petroleum, natural gas, or even water. Mining of stone and metal has been done since pre-historic times. Modern mining processes involve prospecting for ore bodies, analysis of the profit potential of a proposed mine, extraction of the desired materials, and final reclamation of the land after the mine is closed. The nature of mining processes creates a potential negative impact on the environment both during the mining operations and for years after the mine is closed. This impact has led to most of the world's nations adopting regulations to moderate the negative effects of mining operations. Safety has long been a concern as well, and modern practices have improved safety in mines significantly... Mining in the United States became prevalent in the 19th century, and the General Mining Act of 1872 was passed to encourage mining of federal lands. As with the California Gold Rush in the mid 19th century, mining for minerals and precious metals, along with ranching, was a driving factor in the Westward Expansion to the Pacific coast. With the exploration of the West, mining camps were established and "expressed a distinctive spirit, an enduring legacy to the new nation;" Gold Rushers would experience the same problems as the Land Rushers of the transient West that preceded them. Aided by railroads, many traveled West for work opportunities in mining. Western cities such as Denver and Sacramento originated as mining towns. As new areas were explored, it was usually the gold (placer and then load) and then silver that were taken first, with other metals often waiting for railroads or canals. Coarse gold dust and nuggets do not require smelting, is easy to identify and is easily transported. Modern period In the early 20th century, the gold and silver rush to the western United States also stimulated mining for base metals such as copper, lead, and iron as well as coal. Areas in modern Montana, Utah, Arizona, and later Alaska became predominate suppliers of copper to the world, which was increasingly demanding copper for electrical and households goods. Canada's mining industry grew more slowly than the United States due to limitations in transportation, capital, and U.S. competition; Ontario was the major producer of the early 20th century with nickel, copper, and gold. Meanwhile, Australia experienced the Australian gold rushes and by the 1850s was producing 40% of the world's gold, followed by the establishment of large mines such as the Mount Morgan Mine, which ran for nearly a hundred years, Broken Hill ore deposit (one of the largest zinc-lead ore deposits), and iron ore mines at Iron Knob. After declines in production, another boom in mining occurred in the 1960s and in the 21st century Australia remains a major world mineral producer. Into the 21st century, a globalized mining industry of large multinational corporations has arisen. Peak minerals and environmental impacts have also become a concern. Different elements, particularly rare earth minerals, have begun to increase in demand as a result of new technologies...
Views: 1469 Jeff Quitney
Starting the Farm and More Eggs! - Ep. 7 - Oxygen Not Included Ranching Upgrade Mark II
 
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Welcome to Oxygen Not Included Ep. 7! The ONI Ranching Mark II Upgrade is live and full of new life! ►Watch More ONI: http://bit.ly/ONIS09 ►Join Blitz on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Blitzkriegsler - - - - - Watch the rest of this series on my second channel: http://bit.ly/BlitzAferDark - - - - - Oxygen Not Included Ranching Upgrade Gameplay Overview: It's been a hard six weeks of survival for our poor stranded Duplicants, but something adorable is on the horizon that's sure to make them smile - Critter Ranching! With new tools at their disposal our Duplicants can interact with critters in a variety of cute and helpful ways. Will Hatches become Dupe's best friend? Is there enough grooming in the world to make a Puft smell good? What DO Shine Bugs eat? - - - - - ONI Ranching Mark 2 Update Features: ►Critter Morphs Each critter has latent genes that can be activated through specific conditions in diet, environment, and handsomeness. By giving special care to your critters, they will lay new varieties of eggs that hatch into morphs with new requirements and byproducts. Gotta ranch 'em all! Key Features ►Critter Morphs: Each critter has one or more variations that can be hatched from special eggs, if conditions are right, enabling new means of production and bonus adorableness. ►New Critters: Some new wild specimens have been spotted around the asteroid! ►Drecko: The lizard-like Drecko can be found in secluded corners and high ceilings of the Jungle Biome, nibbling on the local plants and basking in the warmth of the Hydrogen. Its woolly fur grows at an impressive rate and can be sheared off to gain new resources. ►Pacu: The waters of the asteroid have become newly inhabited as well! Delicious Pacu will swim around, looking lovely and reproducing at a vigorous rate. Maybe you'll keep them around for their meat, or breed one of their morphs for their useful side effects. Baby Critters: Newly hatched critters need time to grow up and learn the ways of the world before they mature. Some Cycle soon, they'll grow up and really start pooping out coal for you! ►Additional Critter Care Buildings: To assist with the new critters, the Duplicants have developed some new ranching facilities. ►Shearing Station: This station allows you to you relieve your Drecko of all that itchy fur! Works on scales, too. ►Fish Trap, Fish Release: Get your little fishies out of the water and into your belly into a cozy new pond. ►Fish Feeder: Pacu need to eat too! Use this feeder to automatically feed your fish each and every day. So long as you keep it stocked, anyway. - - - - - Download ONI on Steam: http://bit.ly/2nMOivu - - - - - Q. What is a supported video? A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received a free download, merchandise, or any travel arrangements is supported by the developers. Q. What is a sponsored video? A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received financial incentives to produce a video need to be disclosed. I will (and have been) disclosing these as sponsored. - - - - - Want more Blitz? Check these links out: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Sub2Blitz Twitter: https://twitter.com/Blitzkriegsler Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/blitz Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/ytblitz
Views: 40877 Blitz After Dark
SevTech: Ages with Direwolf20 - Episode 13 - Mining Around
 
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So the funny thing about using your materials to progress... you run out. Time for a mining run! Tag along with Direwolf and I as we travel through the ages of SevTech, a wonderous collaboration between Sevadus and Darkosto. If you want to play along with Direwolf20 and I, you can grab yourself a copy of SevTech: Ages from the Twitch launcher, or directly from https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/modpacks/sevtech-ages Follow Me! Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/pahimar YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/pahimar Mixer: https://www.mixer.com/pahimar Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pahimar
Views: 2523 Pahimar
Cattle Ranching in Calaveras County 1997
 
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Honoring the Heritage of Family Ranches: Cattle ranching has been at the center of the rich agricultural heritage of Calaveras County for over 150 years. In California’s Gold Rush Country, family ranches span five generations and more. In this video, the history of family ranches, the independence and strength of the families, and their good humor are all part of the story of Cattle Ranching in Calaveras County. Produced as a donation in 1997 by Bob Lema using the equipment of Calaveras PEG-Access Television to create the video for the Cattlemen’s Association.
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Carlton & Carlton Ranch
 
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Produced and Directed by Dan Peeri for the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. A feature on Dennis Carlton, a cattle rancher and citrus grower in Southwest Florida, and his efforts to reclaim old phosphate mines and make them agriculturally viable again.
Views: 13689 Dan Peeri
Lynx Creek Cloggers
 
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The Lynx Creek Cloggers kick up their heels at the Ranching & Mining Music Festival. Their high energy act is always a welcomed addition.
Views: 156 5041carol
Soldier's Joy- Phoenix Rising Bluegrass
 
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Ranching and Mining Festival 2009, Peeples Valley,Az
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Lynx Creek Cloggers
 
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The Lynx Creek Cloggers kick up their heels at the Ranching & Mining Music Festival. Their high energy act is always a welcomed addition.
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Lynx Creek Cloggers
 
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The Lynx Creek Cloggers kick up their heels at the Ranching & Mining Music Festival. Their high energy act is always a welcomed addition.
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2.1 The Mining Frontier
 
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Unit 2 section 1 of American History II
Views: 117 Mr. Wiedmer's Class
Lynx Creek Cloggers
 
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The Lynx Creek Cloggers kick up their heels at the Ranching & Mining Music Festival. Their high energy act is always a welcomed addition.
Views: 188 5041carol
Stoney Knoll Ranch Tour
 
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Take a tour of Luther Menifee Wilson's 1880 Quartz Lode Mining Claim. The Stoney Knoll Ranch in Menifee, California. At almost 11 acres the property is on the market for the first time in nearly 40 years. This property is ready for a full service Horse ranch, or will make a great potential wedding, event, retreat, or wellness location. Minutes from the services of the city, yet private and quiet, there are very few locations that offer this kind of living experience.
Views: 555 Jeff Knoll
Travel Nevada’s ‘Loneliest Road in America’
 
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Nevada is a road trip waiting to happen. At 109,781 square miles, it is the seventh largest state in the Union, with highways and byways past old mining towns, massive sand dunes and forested mountains. A trip on the Loneliest Road in America (also known as the stretch of U.S. 50 inside Nevada) is a great way to explore the Silver State. A popular place to start is Reno, where downtown lodging options include the Eldorado Resort Casino, Circus Circus Reno and the Silver Legacy Resort Casino. Head east on Interstate 80, and around the town of Fallon, you will connect with Loneliest Road in America. That was how Life magazine described the road in 1986, adding “we warn all motorists not to drive there unless they’re confident of their survival skills.” It might be lonely, but it’s also full of beauty and adventure. Gin and vodka fans may want to check out Frey Ranch Distillery in Fallon, while off-road enthusiasts will enjoy Sand Mountain Recreation Area, featuring a 600-foot-tall sand dune. On the eastern end of the state, there is Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park, with six 30-foot-tall beehive-shaped ovens used in the late 19th century, as well as Great Basin National Park, home of the amazing Lehman Caves. There’s also the historical Nevada Northern Railway in Ely, whose history is chronicled at the East Ely Railroad Depot Museum, and the McGill Drugstore Museum, a curious remnant of mid-20th century America. If you’ve traveled the Loneliest Road as far as Ely, you may want to start heading north to the ranching and mining city of Elko, home of the Western Folklife Center, which puts on the annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering. You can head back to Reno on Interstate 80, which roughly follows the path pioneers took in the mid-19th century to reach the gold fields of California. Great stops include the California Trail Interpretive Center just west of Elko; the community of Winnemucca, home of the Humboldt Museum; and Lovelock, where you and your sweetie can “lock your love” in Lovers Lock Plaza. For more on Nevada and Nevada road trips, visit TravelNevada.com. Drone shots by Siya Zarrabi @hopscotchtheglobe and Adam Lukaszewicz @gettingstamped
Views: 1641 Davidsbeenhere
Ghost Towns & Mines: Hess Ranch, NV 2017
 
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Note: This is a updated version. I visited this deserted ranch on the second day of my 2017 trip. Originally owned by the Hess family, this ranch dates back to the late 1800s. The main house was built in 1910 when the Walsh family owned the ranch. It is two stories high and has sixteen rooms. Many of the surrounding buildings are made of adobe. Go to this page on my website to see extensive photos of the Hess Ranch: http://www.raydunakin.com/Site/Reese_River_NV_Hess_Ranch.html Be sure to check out the rest of my videos from this trip! I've been photographically documenting ghost towns, mines, mining camps and other historic places since 1987. Ghost towns, mines and more: www.raydunakin.com Music: “Tucson” by Audionautix Tucson by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Views: 207 raydunakin
Wickenburg annual 70th Gold Rush Days 2018 Carnival Footage |
 
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This is a short clip of the carnival area at the 70th annual Wickenburg Gold rush Days. This event celebrates the town’s origins as a ranching & gold mining center in the days before there was a Phoenix. The heritage event was founded 70 years ago, and today Gold Rush Days draws tens of thousands of visitors, during the 3 ½ days of activities. Gold Rush Days most significant recognition is from the Library of Congress, whereas Gold Rush Days is one of America’s Living Legacies. The Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce is the proud producer of the celebration each year, along with partners and sponsors. Thank you to the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce as well as The Town of Wickenburg for this event. http://www.wickenburgchamber.com/ http://www.wickenburgaz.org/ Music: Going Higher by Bensound http://bensound.com
Views: 182 Sam Hayden