The ranch, in Bay city Texas, was left in ruins in the wake of the recent tropical storm Harvey on Sunday.
The storm increased in volatility in the space of a few short hours, and flash floods threatened the lives of the ranches 150 cattle. This led the Kubecka family, who have owned the farm and been running it since 1954, in a tight spot as they rushed to save their livestock from the floods to cover their grazing land.
News reports show that in the space of three hours the floods got to a dangerous level, putting the ranches farm in grave danger. The family shared the remarkable video of them battling the elements on Sunday to save their livestock. The video, posted on the Ranch’s Facebook page, has now received almost 700,000 views.
The family managed to save all of the cattle at risk to the floods and have now moved them on to higher pastures. The ranch still has a lot of water to run off the farm and work is continuing to ensure the farm is well prepared for mother nature should more flooding occur.
The front of the ranch has collapsed due to the damage caused by the storm and the entrance is left unusable. The family though say they are just thankful that nobody or nothing was hurt during the storm.
Video courtesy of Wendt Ranch Facebook page.