Rachel Denny Clow / Corpus Christi Caller-Times
This pasture is representative of about 70 percent of the 825,000-acre King Ranch, which has a quality of what is expected or better considering the drought. The remaining 30 percent includes sacrifice pastures and some that havenít recovered enough to put cattle on for more than a year.
(Shot April 2013)
Rachel Denny Clow / Corpus Christi Caller-Times This pasture is representative of about 70 percent of the 825,000-acre King Ranch, which has a quality of what is expected or better considering the drought. The remaining 30 percent includes sacrifice pastures and some that havenít recovered enough to put cattle on for more than a year. (Shot April 2013) Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Rachel Denny Clow / Corpus Christi Caller-Times This pasture is representative of about 70 percent of the 825,000-acre King Ranch, which has a quality of what is expected or better considering the drought. The remaining 30 percent includes sacrifice pastures and some that havenít recovered enough to put cattle on for more than a year. (Shot April 2013) Corpus Christi Caller-Times