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Lonesome Dove Ranch

Ross & Tara Davidson, along with their four children Ash, Cameron, Jaime and Flynn, are proud to raise and elite herd of purebred red and black Gelbvieh cattle, and a large commercial Gelbvieh cow herd near Ponteix, SK. We offer yearling purebred Gelbvieh bulls in our Annual Bull Sale, held the first Saturday of March, cohosted with Davidson Gelbvieh. We also have an extensive female program, offering select purebred heifer calves from the heart of our program in sales throughout the fall. From our commercial program, we offer a complete selection of commercial heifer calves as well as high-yielding feeder steers.

Mark Your Calendars!

2023 Bull Sale


Here’s a reminder to mark your calendars for our next bull sale, Friday, March 3, 2023 at 1pm CST! Join us a the Bull Yards southwest of Ponteix, SK for pre-sale viewing. Sale day, lunch is served at 11:00am. Click for more info>>>



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All the Best in 2023!

From all of us at the Lonesome Dove Ranch, we wish you a Merry Christmas! Thank you to our customers, friends, neighbours and family for all of your support this past year. In this season of renewal, we wish you health, happiness, abundant grass, and full dugouts. Watch our 2022 video….    

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Everyone should hang out in a Kindergarten class for awhile. You practice patience, see the wonder of life through a child’s eyes, experience their enthusiasm…
Plus, you can mold their opinions about the value of grasslands and perennial forages.

In this week’s pretend play, the 5 year old has encountered trouble at his “elevator.” (This is interesting to me because on our ranch, we have zero to do with elevators). But he’s on the “elevator board” so he’s got some meetings to organize.
Stay tuned.
#farmkids #imagination

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A Little Bit Western


Tara writes a regular newspaper column about momming and ranching and a few things in between. Her family is proud to be a part of the beef industry and she enjoys sharing how they raise cattle on their farm and produce the beef that’s on your table. Come along and read about the western way of life… the good, the bad and the ugly!

Off Label

Some things need warning labels. Hopping onto a roller coaster, for example, warrants a cautionary tag, as does applying pesticides, or walking on unstable terrain too close to the edge of a cliff, smoking a cigarette (real or electronic), or driving your tractor near an overhead powerline. It could even be argued that perhaps some people should come with a…