Generations of stewardship

September 2006
Oregon Business Magazine;Sep2006, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p19
The article features Cunningham Sheep and Land Co., a family-owned business established in 1905 in Pendleton, Oregon. A brief history of the company is given. The business is owned by the Corey and Levy families. Steve Corey explains why current managers of the company have dual careers. The company has a total workforce of 40 and owns more than 125,000 acres of land.


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