The Mead family first came to Wyoming as ranchers in 1890. In the ensuing 125 years, the family has continued to work raising cattle and hay at tjhier ranches in Spring Gulch and in Kirby. They’ve also had their share of U.S. Senators, lawyers, extreme skiers, two Wyoming Governors and now whiskey makers. But their connection to Wyoming comes from the land, ranching, and those Wyoming views that, even after five generations, never get old.