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Western History

Western history at The Lobo Ranch

Greetings from Lobo Ranch

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This beautiful rusted metal sign greets all guests when they arrive at Lobo Ranch. Ed Hitchcock has four brands used at the Ranch –  E Over D, E Lazy Left Over J Lazy Left Continued, E S Two Blocks and H W Stacked, a historic brand from the HW Ranch.

100 Years Ago

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Lobo Ranch was originally the King Ranch, homesteaded in 1883 by Tom King and his three nephews, Tom, Arthur and Charlie. It is one of the oldest ranches in the area.

The Original Ranch

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According to the book Paulden Pioneers by Ruth Gilpin, the Lobo Ranch was originally the King Ranch, homesteaded in 1883 by Tom King and his three nephews, Tom, Arthur and Charlie. It is one of the oldest ranches in the area. The original home site was near the east bank of the Chino Wash, a […]