Montana is home to big skies and big steaks. Join Americans everywhere at the grill this summer as United We Steak.
Meet Montana rancher, Kiley Martinell. Kiley grew up on a ranch in Choteau, MT and her interests always tended to lean toward animals. She attended college at MSU-Bozeman, where she earned a degree in Animal Science and met her future husband Heath. After four years as a bovine embryologist, she and Heath decided it was time to move back to his family’s ranch in Dell. They currently work together with his parents, Allen and Yvonne Martinell, raising cattle. In addition to helping on the ranch, she works part time for as an embryologist and has stayed involved in the community by serving on the school board, the Lima swimming pool board, as a 4-H leader and on the Montana Beef Council Board. Kiley and Heath feel fortunate to raise their three children on a ranch in a rural community.
Montana ranks second in the United States with farms and ranch land, totaling nearly 59.8 million acres.