Jasmine Hanson joins Heather to talk about Homes for Heifers.  About 100 head of black angus cattle are on the working Ranch, though some of them are cared for by local farmers and ranchers who take them in with their own livestock then return them to the Ranch for eventual sale. This is a great way for farmers and ranchers to help the Ranch. The youth of the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch are exposed to cattle – some for the very first time – and take part in their care and branding, exposing them to Montana agriculture. This program, Homes for Heifers, has donors and connections from all over the country.