Farm and Ranch
Rodeoing and Ranching with Sherrick Grantham
Ranch and rodeo cowboy Sherrick Grantham has spent a lifetime in the saddle with a rope in his hand. Grantham, 73, lives in Congress, Arizona—just north of Wickenburg—with his wife, Darlene.
Ranching with Arizona’s Fred Davis
Fred Davis has lived in Tombstone, Arizona, all his life. His great grandfathers arrived in Cochise County in 1867 and 1880, which makes 67-year-old team roper Davis the fourth generation to ranch there. Davis, who roped at the 1980 National Finals Rodeo, is the National Senior Pro Rodeo Association 60 and over world champion heeler. At press time the first week in December, Davis was about to rope with Charlie Robbins in the #11 at the World Series Finale in Vegas. Davis and his wife, Peggy, raised their children, Marlo and Jared, on the ranch, and the family now also includes Marlo’s husband, Beau Compton, and their sixth-generation roping rancher kids, Zane and Macy.
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