"In the vast reaches of the American West, there are ranches where cattle graze in high and rugged country." - Deborah Copenhaver-Fellows. Dimensions given include the wooden base. The bronze itself measures 34.5 inches tall by 26 inches wide by 10.5 inches deep. History: During World War II, the men from Arizona ranches left for the war, and the women were left to tend to the ranch. Many of the cattle were turned loose to graze freely. After World War II, they began to gather their cattle, and the search still continues today.