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Mutchler family proud of ranching heritage

Starla Lyon

Mutchler photoThe Mutchler family sorting calves in the branding pen.

One humorous and yet truthful commonality among families of the High Plains is the fact that those who were born and raised here were “brought up tough.” Those who grew up in this neck of the woods can relate.

The Mutchler family from Mud Butte, SD is no different. Neil and Margaret Mutchler raised three rambunctious boys and Hereford cattle in an area north of Newell known by many as “the gumbo.” Through unforgiving winters and hot summer seasons, the family made memories they wouldn’t trade for anything.

One humorous and yet truthful commonality among families of the High Plains is the fact that those who were born and raised here were “brought up tough.” Those who grew up in this neck of the woods can relate.

The Mutchler family from Mud Butte, SD is no different. Neil and Margaret Mutchler raised three rambunctious boys and Hereford cattle in an area north of Newell known by many as “the gumbo.” Through unforgiving winters and hot summer seasons, the family made memories they wouldn’t trade for anything.

One humorous and yet truthful commonality among families of the High Plains is the fact that those who were born and raised here were “brought up tough.” Those who grew up in this neck of the woods can relate.

The Mutchler family from Mud Butte, SD is no different. Neil and Margaret Mutchler raised three rambunctious boys and Hereford cattle in an area north of Newell known by many as “the gumbo.” Through unforgiving winters and hot summer seasons, the family made memories they wouldn’t trade for anything.

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One humorous and yet truthful commonality among families of the High Plains is the fact that those who were born and raised here were “brought up tough.” Those who grew up in this neck of the woods can relate.

The Mutchler family from Mud Butte, SD is no different. Neil and Margaret Mutchler raised three rambunctious boys and Hereford cattle in an area north of Newell known by many as “the gumbo.” Through unforgiving winters and hot summer seasons, the family made memories they wouldn’t trade for anything.

One humorous and yet truthful commonality among families of the High Plains is the fact that those who were born and raised here were “brought up tough.” Those who grew up in this neck of the woods can relate.

The Mutchler family from Mud Butte, SD is no different. Neil and Margaret Mutchler raised three rambunctious boys and Hereford cattle in an area north of Newell known by many as “the gumbo.” Through unforgiving winters and hot summer seasons, the family made memories they wouldn’t trade for anything.

One humorous and yet truthful commonality among families of the High Plains is the fact that those who were born and raised here were “brought up tough.” Those who grew up in this neck of the woods can relate.

The Mutchler family from Mud Butte, SD is no different. Neil and Margaret Mutchler raised three rambunctious boys and Hereford cattle in an area north of Newell known by many as “the gumbo.” Through unforgiving winters and hot summer seasons, the family made memories they wouldn’t trade for anything.