JB CATTLE CO.

Keeping The Traditions Alive!

 

 
Jeremy, Brandie, Sage and Steele Dunn ~ JB Cattle Co. and Jeremy Dunn Training
Jeremy was born with an inherited passion for anything that has to do with horses and cattle.
In that passion also comes a respect and love for the history of his ancestors, the Californio Vaqueros.
Jeremy's Great, great grand father Anselmo Campas began his Vaquero career at the age of twelve at the Tejon Rancheria. He was also very interested in medicine and he became the person to call for illness or for delivering of babies. 
He was a Yaqui Indian and his family lived farther north in the San Joaquin Valley until the United States government,
in the late 1800s,  decided to make the Indians go to reservations. 
The U S  hired German Hessian mercenaries to see that the Indians were sent to the reservations.
Anselmo's father did not wish to go to the reservation they wanted him and his family moved to, (The Tule Reservation) he wanted to go elsewhere to another reservation, so to punish him for his disobedience they cut his fingers off
(This is a true fact handed down from Mary Campas Rodriguez, Jeremy's Great Grandmother.)
He and his family fled down to the Tejon Rancheria when Anselmo was twelve.
These early ranchos ran vast numbers of cattle, sheep and horses on open range
where the vaqueros earned their keep horseback.
There was no hurry in those days and to live by a watch or calendar was rare.
that same easy style to life applied applied to their stockmanship and horse training.
The good vaqueros took great pride in their horsemanship and horses. There was nothing finer....
 
Today you can find that same style and pride of the early Vaquero alive and well at JB Cattle Co.
 
Jeremy, his wife Brandie and their children operate their ranch on 160 acres on the south base of the Tehachapi Mountains.
They live in the honor of being bordered on three sides by the historic Tejon Ranch,
the same ranch that Jeremy's Great, Great Grandfather worked.
This unique location allows us to give the horses a job and therefore a purpose.
The horses love the challenge and learning comes easy to them.
We run our own cow/calf herd and keeping to tradition we work our cattle horseback.
Along with training we offer horsemanship and cattle clinics,
along with the traditional horsemanship methods of training and riding.
Our clinic dates and information can be found on our calendar page.
Private lessons can be arranged.

Thank You for stopping by! Jeremy, Brandie, Sage and Steele Dunn

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We can be reached at (661) 332-7249

or email us at brandiedunn6@gmail.com

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**Links**

Training Page

Calendar

For Sale

Past Clinic Pictures

Our Stallion

Ranch Roping Fun

Miniature Jerseys and Dairy Cross Cattle

HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO LEARN TO MAKE YOUR OWN CHEESE??

 

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2014 Vaquero Heritage Trainers Challenge

www.VaqueroHeritageTC.com 

2008  Fiesta

 Jeremy Dunn & Ojos

JB Cattle Co.

RANGE RAISED BEEF 

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Please be sure to check out our friend Martins' website. He stayed a week here on the Broken Arrow

with us October 2008 and took some outstanding pictures during his stay.

Thank You so much Martin, we really enjoyed having you!

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