Texas Brigades is proud to work with a group of  professionals who have stretched the Brigades organization to include natural resource management and ranching.  Ranch Brigade is 5-day program which teaches Land stewardship and Livestock production.  Sustainable beef production from conception to consumer is essential to feeding the world.  The Brigade model of leadership development, education, and empowerment will be just like other Brigade programs.



-Due/post-marked by March 15th

-BoAs will be reviewed, selections made, and scholarships awarded

-Send or email to the Texas Brigades San Antonio Office

-Make sure to also submit your Assistant Leader/Special Agent App

Time & Place

Ranch Brigade
Warren Ranch, Santa Anna, July 22-26th, 2019.

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Livestock production and land stewardship are areas we cannot take for granted. More and more students will graduate from high school without any exposure to production agriculture. The purpose of Ranch Brigade is to select 20 of the brightest and best high school students from across the state so that they can become ambassadors of land stewardship and livestock production in their respective communities. This select group of students will spend five days of intensive training to develop leadership skills, and learn the truth about livestock production; from low stress livestock handling demonstrations, understanding grassland management and nutrition, as well as an introduction to livestock marketing. Participants will then give presentations in their communities, and in turn, be rewarded through scholarships and future ranch experiences.

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2018 Ranch Brigade Donors and Sponsors

To Be Updated Soon

Past Ranch Brigade Donors and Sponsors

 Bluebonnet Feeds  Bradley Ranch
 Creekside Veterinary Service  Gonzales County SWCD #338
 H and H Machine Shop  Highland Lakes Master Naturalists
 Little Wichita SWCD #560  Lower Clear Fork of the Brazos SWCD
 Montgomery County SWCD  The Texas Beef Council
 The Eikenhorst Family Trust  Warren Ranch
 Washington Soil & Water Conservation District Sid Richardson Foundation
 Hill County CattleWomen
 Ms. Minnie Lou Bradley  Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Christ
 Mr. & Mrs. Rodney Dickschat  Ms. Jane K. Larimore
 Mr. JR Purvis  Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Schmid
 Ms. Sherry Flow


Charles Adams Warren Ranch
Zack Allen
Clay Bebee Bebee Ranch Consultants
Gretchen Berns
Ben Biddle
Matt Brockman
Jack Caraway R. A. Brown Ranch
Amanda Dyer Big Bend Trailers
Chris Farley – Camp Coordinator TCU Ranch Management
Kadden Kothman
Mike Micallef JMK Holdings Management/Reata Restaurant
Chad Dren Miller
Steve Nelle USDA – NRCS Retired
Jeff Petter Catoico Resource Management
Kevin Przilas  The Merck Foundation
Jon Taggart Burgundy Pasture Beef
Kacie Woods Texas Beef Leaders