31,000 ACRES. AND 155 YEARS OF HARDWORKING
When Walker Rankin first branded his fledgling cattle operation in a valley of the
Nevada’s, Abraham Lincoln sat at the helm of a turbulent nation. Mail arrived on horseback, and
baseball wouldn’t be invented for another decade. Six generations later, the Rankin family continues
their legacy as one of the largest cattle ranches in California. Weathering the Great Depression,
drought, and wildfire, one thing holds certain: a strong family and plenty of hardworking hands are
enough to outlast anything. Since 1863, the Rankins are as authentically Carhartt as it gets.