Established in 1982 by Jerry Bob and Eugenie Daniel, The Circle Bar Ranch is headquartered in Truscott, Texas.
The ranch is comprised mainly of three historic ranches in the Truscott area from the Craig-Alexander, Masterson-Ellis and Browder families. It now consists of 50,000 acres between the north and south Wichita Rivers in Northern Knox County.
Jerry Bob grew up in the area, coming from five generation of cowboys in the Foard County area on his paternal side. His maternal grandfather, Clyde Bullion, began ranching in Truscott in 1935, and he continues the tradition three generations later.
Eugenie's family founded the Pitchfork Ranch near Guthrie, Texas in 1883. To date, Eugenie is the only members of the Williams family to commit her life to ranching full-time. She manages the horse operation and breeding of Circle Bar Pistol, the ranch stallion, as well as the breeding of AKC Champion Miniature Australian Shepherds and Miniature Dachshunds.
Circle Bar is family owned and operated that employs nine full-time people, including Jerry Bob and Eugenie's son, Colton Daniel, who has helped managed the ranch since 2006 after graduating from Texas Tech University. Their daughter, Becky Daniel assists in ranch operations and currently lives in Austin, Texas.