The 72,000 acre Gutierrez Cattle Company is one of Oregon's premiere large cattle operations. From the magnificent deep timber covered canyons of the North Fork of the Crooked River, to the hayfields and lakes of the Rabbit Valley, including all the big country in between, the ranch reflects the pride of ownership and the touch of a cattleman's vision. The ranch not only has the feel of a large successful cattle operation, it is one and after spending just a few minutes on the ground, a visitor wants to see it all. Located an easy 85 east miles of the Bend/Redmond area, the ranch consists of 21,529± deeded acres, plus another 50,000 acres of Ochoco National Forest and BLM grazing permits. Post, Oregon - $21,500,000 The ranch is steeped in the history of Central Oregon with battles raging across the landscape between the cavalry led by General Cook, the famous Indian fighter and the Indians led by Chief Paulina. There were sheep and cattleman wars and various local outlaws drifted through the country. Of course history and lore are but a part of the package. The real picture is the ranch itself and its ability to produce quality cattle and the feed to raise them. Owner rated at 2,400 Animal Units with 2,300 acres of pivots and flood irrigated fields complemented by seven lakes of various sizes and 9 irrigation wells, the Gutierrez Cattle Company is hands down a powerful cattle operation. It has been managed for the last 23 years by quality onsite and supporting agricultural financial management and the product reflects it. LOCATION The Gutierrez Cattle Company is located approximately 87 miles east of Bend, Oregon and approximately 44 miles southeast on Highway 380 from Prineville (9,400 pop.) which is the county seat and provides ample services, amenities and a hospital. Commercial air service is located at Roberts Field-Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM), which is owned and operated by the City of Redmond for the tri-county area. It is the fourth largest commercial service airport in Oregon and is approximately 63 miles west of the ranch. The Gutierrez Cattle Company lies in the Crooked River valley running east to west between the Ochoco Mountains to the north and Maury Mountains to the south, an area where mountain timber lands transition to the high desert terrain of eastern Oregon. The North Fork of the Crooked River is designated a Wild and Scenic River with beautiful waterfalls and deep pools and the Gutierrez Cattle Company owns the only private inholdings along the river corridor. The ranch has an incredible diversity of wildlife, thanks in part to over five miles on the South and North Forks of the Crooked River and seven lakes. Elk, mule deer, antelope, turkey and cougar are present on the ranch, while excellent opportunity exists for waterfowl hunting as well as fishing for rainbow trout. Average annual precipitation varies from 10 to 12 inches. Average daytime January temperatures hold near 48°F while July's temperatures will average around 87°F. The elevation of the ranch varies from 3,800 feet to over 6,000 feet with the ranch headquarters at approximately 4,500 feet.
"Boundaries" by Cut Throat Finches Virtual Reality, 360 Degree Video -- ABOUT THIS VIDEO: Hand Drawn Records newest artist, American Rock quintet, Cut Throat Finches (Fort Worth, Texas) is releasing their first music video, "Boundaries," in stunning fashion, using new VR video technology supported exclusively by YouTube. The video was shot, produced and edited locally by Fort Worth's cutting-edge Neptune Immersive/Under the Tower Productions. SONG: Boundaries ARTIST: Cut Throat Finches DIRECTOR: Logan Gilpin // Neptune Immersive LABEL: Hand Drawn Records // www.handdrawnrecords.com
UNDER THE TOWER PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS A FILM BY MISTY HAYES SAM SWANSON KATHARINE FRANCO "THE LAST DOOR" SUZANNE RACZ CODY DOWELL MUSIC BY Ramazan Yuksel COSTUME DESIGNER MISTY HAYES EDITED BY LOGAN GILPIN DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY LOGAN GILPIN PRODUCED BY MISTY HAYES STEPHANIE HANCOCK STORY BY MISTY SPITZER SCREENPLAY BY MISTY SPITZER DIRECTED BY MISTY HAYES
The Rose Marine Theater in Fort Worth, Texas has been recognized as a national historical landmark. In the 1920's the theater began showing Spanish language films with many famous acts such as Pedro Infante and Delores Del Rio to the growing Hispanic population in the North Side of Fort Worth. The film explains the hardships of these people living as a minority in America. WATCH ON PRIME https://www.amazon.com/Rose-Sense-Place-Logan-Gilpin/dp/B01DVYMFF4/ The Website to the Theater http://www.artesdelarosa.org/