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Brett Ranch

by Holly Williams | Oct 02, 2018
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Brett Ranch is home to avid hunters and Longhorn enthusiasts. ​They​'ve owned their ranch since 1998 ​with the original purpose of ​providing a sanctuary to grow extremely large whitetail deer​ which they are still achieving today.

​They started breeding Longhorns in early 2009​ and have been building an elite breeding program based on the genetics of WS Jamakizm and his progeny since. ​With a solid foundation of female longhorns to breed and cross with our genetic lines​, it is ​their great hope and inspiration to create consistency and predictability in ​their breeding.

Hired Hand worked with ​​Brett Ranch to enhance their website through responsive design and functionality. Responsive design optimizes the content so site visitors get the same experience seamlessly across all platforms. Mobile users now make up over 50% of total website viewers and research shows that those users do not enjoy engaging with designs or content that isn't easy for them to navigate. Updating your Hired Hand powered website to a responsive design today will increase your SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and give your audience a higher quality experience.

To visit more websites we've designed, powered by our custom software, please visit our website gallery.

Need to update your website? 

Having an up-to-date, effective website has never been easier or more affordable! Hired Hand's talented team will professionally design and develop (or redesign) your ranch website to meet your program's unique needs. Once developed we pair your website with our custom software which is designed specifically for your registered breed, allowing you to easily update the site completely on your own with easy to use, unique, time-saving features. Put Hired Hand to work for you today!

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