Progress
© Bryan-Morris Ranch 2012  Website maintained by Mark Peaty

The Bryan-Morris Ranch:

Working, Researching, Progressing

Beef Ambassador

Emma Morris, oldest daughter of Jim and Katie Morris,

was crowned the California Beef Ambassador for 2013

and then went on to become on of five national beef

ambassadors for 2014. Read all about it on Emma’s

Page.

Crop Research

The Bryan-Morris Ranch consistently works with Steve Orloff and the UC Davis Cooperative Extension office in Yreka to develop crops that are well situated to Scott Valley and our soil type. Water application and crop use of the ground moisture, insects, local weather patterns, and many other factors are constantly being measured, recorded, and added to the database of knowledge. The ultimate goal is to use the land wisely to sustain a rural lifestyle and to produce quality ranch products.

California Farm Bureau

Jim Morris is a board member and active participant in the local Siskiyou County Farm Bureau Chapter. He is typically involved in the legislative component and spends many off-season days in Sacramento helping our governing officials to understand the importance of family ranching / farming.

Local Resources

The Bryan-Morris Ranch is always open to ideas that benefit our ecological system and ranch products. Over the years many projects have been completed that reduce the waste of ground water and efficiently apply it at needed areas of the ranch. Underground pipelines have replaced open ditches, valves have replaced boards and tarps, and a computer controlled pivot water system has replaced many of the wheel lines and opened up more production on the same amount of land.

Local Government

The Bryan-Morris Ranch has a history of getting involved. For several years Lynne Bryan sat on the local high school board, striving to make our local educational system the best it could be. Mike Bryan was a member of the Siskiyou County Planning Commission and ran for Siskiyou County Supervisor. Jim and Katie Morris have been involved as teachers, substitutes, field work supervisors, and senior project assessors with the local Jr. high and high school for many years.
© Bryan-Morris Ranch, 2012. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this website’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to the Bryan-Morris Ranch with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
Progress

The Bryan-Morris Ranch:

Working, Researching, Progressing

Beef Ambassador

Emma Morris, oldest daughter of Jim and Katie

Morris, was crowned the California Beef

Ambassador for 2013 and then went on to

become on of five national beef ambassadors for

2014. Read all about it on Emma’s Page.

Crop Research

The Bryan-Morris Ranch consistently works with Steve Orloff and the UC Davis Cooperative Extension office in Yreka to develop crops that are well situated to Scott Valley and our soil type. Water application and crop use of the ground moisture, insects, local weather patterns, and many other factors are constantly being measured, recorded, and added to the database of knowledge. The ultimate goal is to use the land wisely to sustain a rural lifestyle and to produce quality ranch products.

California Farm Bureau

Jim Morris is a board member and active participant in the local Siskiyou County Farm Bureau Chapter. He is typically involved in the legislative component and spends many off- season days in Sacramento helping our governing officials to understand the importance of family ranching / farming.

Local Resources

The Bryan-Morris Ranch is always open to ideas that benefit our ecological system and ranch products. Over the years many projects have been completed that reduce the waste of ground water and efficiently apply it at needed areas of the ranch. Underground pipelines have replaced open ditches, valves have replaced boards and tarps, and a computer controlled pivot water system has replaced many of the wheel lines and opened up more production on the same amount of land.

Local Government

The Bryan-Morris Ranch has a history of getting involved. For several years Lynne Bryan sat on the local high school board, striving to make our local educational system the best it could be. Mike Bryan was a member of the Siskiyou County Planning Commission and ran for Siskiyou County Supervisor. Jim and Katie Morris have been involved as teachers, substitutes, field work supervisors, and senior project assessors with the local Jr. high and high school for many years.
© Bryan-Morris Ranch 2012 - 2016   Website maintained by Mark Peaty
© Bryan-Morris Ranch, 2012. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this website’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to the Bryan-Morris Ranch with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.