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The history of ranching in Oklahoma dates back to the 1800s, when cattle were first brought to the area by Spanish explorers. Over the next several decades, the cattle industry grew and became an important part of the state’s economy. By the late 1800s, Oklahoma was home to many large ranches, and the state’s cattle industry was thriving.
There are several different types of ranches in Oklahoma, including cattle ranches, horse ranches, and poultry ranches. Cattle ranches are the most common type of ranch in the state, and they are used for raising and grazing cattle for meat and dairy products. Horse ranches are used for breeding, training, and raising horses, while poultry ranches are used for raising chickens, turkeys, and other poultry for their meat and eggs. In addition to these main types of ranches, there are also many smaller operations that focus on raising sheep, goats, pigs, and other animals.
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