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Star B Ranch a winner 
in Recent Buffalo Show

Star B Ranch of Ramona was a winner in the first-ever annual Wild West Buffalo Stampede Show and Sale help Nov. 12-13 in Reno, Nev.
   Star B, California's largest buffalo ranch, was one of the sponsors, founders and contestants in the buffalo sale and auction.
   The Ramona business won the first place trophy in the bull class division, as well as the overall Reserve Grand Champion Bull.
   Ken Childs, manager of family owned and operated Star B Ranch, in on the National Bison Association Board, and is also the first elected president of the newly-formed Western Bison Association.  He and his wife Denice have been raising bison for 20 years and have been involved in the preservation of the American Bison with the help of his children, Amie and Jacob.  Star B is well known in Southern California for its all natural buffalo meat line.
   At the Reno event, some 125 buffalo from western states were auctioned for an average price of $1,800 each.

as printed in the Ramona Sentinel