By W. Dean Frischknecht
In the excessive kingdom of the northern Wasatch Mountains, lies what's left of 1 of the West’s biggest ranches. Deseret stay inventory corporation used to be reputed at a variety of occasions to be the biggest deepest landholder in Utah and the only greatest manufacturer of wool on this planet. The ranch begun as a sheep operation, yet because it stumbled on luck, it additionally ran farm animals. included within the Eighteen Nineties via a few northern Utah ranchers who pooled their assets, the corporate was once on the top of profitable operations within the mid-twentieth century whilst a tender Dean Frischknecht, bearing a contemporary measure in animal technological know-how, landed the activity of sheep foreman. In his memoir he recounts intimately how Deseret controlled large herds of farm animals, big lands, and wealthy natural world and remembers via vigorous anecdotes how stockmen and their households lived and labored within the Wasatch Mountains and cranium Valley’s wasteland wintering grounds.