A Bit About Me
“Ranch real estate is a natural fit for M.T. as he is no newcomer to the ranching world. He has worked on and managed ranches for the last 2+ decades in Eastern Oregon and Nevada. Currently he runs a 75,000 acre cow/calf and yearling operation in Grant County, OR. Along with this, he also owns a registered Hereford and Angus operation and a large scale quarter horse operation.
M.T. has many contacts and connections in the livestock industry. His professional experience gives him incredible perspective on ranches and agricultural properties. Because of his background, M.T. is very well rounded on BLM permits and USFS grazing allotments, as well as various ranch conservation and enhancement programs through the NRCS. He is easy to talk to, and always willing to share his knowledge, offering his expertise to folks in all eastern Oregon regions.
M.T. is an avid hunter who enjoys the recreational aspects of ranching as well. He is passionate about the outdoors and hunting big game. He has over 35 years experience hunting mule deer, elk, and antelope. He is also an avid hound hunter in the winter months. His extensive experience hunting has given him a very good handle on the type of property and habitat it takes to produce trophy class bulls and bucks. He has many friends and contacts who are avid hunters and share his enthusiasm for the outdoors.
M.T. is married with three kids. His son Cinch cowboys in Southern Idaho, his oldest daughter Raney plays college softball for CSI in Twin Falls, ID and his youngest daughter Monel is a multi-sport athlete at Grant Union High School in John Day, OR. His wife Cori has a degree in Ag Business and works with the family operating the ranch.”
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