Fencing lost to the recent wildfires could cost the Gardiner Ranch up to $10 million. Greg Gardiner’s family has been ranching in Clark County for five generations.
Fencing lost to the recent wildfires could cost the Gardiner Ranch up to $10 million. Greg Gardiner’s family has been ranching in Clark County for five generations. Michael Pearce The Wichita Eagle
Fencing lost to the recent wildfires could cost the Gardiner Ranch up to $10 million. Greg Gardiner’s family has been ranching in Clark County for five generations. Michael Pearce The Wichita Eagle

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