When PBR swings through North Carolina, fans have the opportunity to get a down-home insiders’ look at big-time bull stock contracting by visiting the Davis Rodeo Ranch in Archdale, N.C.

Bull riding enthusiasts and newbies alike are welcomed with open arms by two beloved figures in the sport, who, when Jerome Davis’ career was cut short by injury, turned to raising bucking bulls to compete in the PBR, hosting smaller events in their own arena, and housing and training bulls for outside partners.

At the Davis Ranch, fans are made to feel right at home, getting a soup-to-nuts education on these animals – along with a scrumptious home-cooked Carolina meal and plenty of laughs as they tour the couple’s sun-drenched 100 acres in golf carts driven by Jerome and Tiffany.

On these tours, fans board carts for a bumpy ride along a bucolic path cutting through the ranch’s rolling pastures. At periodic stops, Tiffany will bound out, step onto the grass ridge, and loudly introduce each bull, finding a way to veer off onto hilarious riffs, like getting engaged to a young, rising bull rider.