Ranching big with the historic 6666 Ranch

The 6666 Ranch, also known as the Four Sixes Ranch is located in Guthrie, Texas, and dates back to 1870. This legendary ranch became an overnight sensation after being featured on Paramount Network’s hit series Yellowstone.

Tammi Arender takes us to the historic Texas ranch that includes 119 pastures that vary from a few hundred acres to nearly 16,000 acres of grassland.

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