Wyatt Ranches has donated two 2017 Ford Super Duty 4WD trucks to the City of Agua Dulce and the Benavides FFA, each vehicle valued at $27,000.  The trucks were donated complete with the organizations' seals and lettering already in place.  The city's truck was also equipped with an LED overhead warning light system.


The two trucks were previously assigned to foremen at Wyatt Ranches.  Although they may appear as standard fleet trucks, they are equipped with a multitude of upgrades, such as surround view camera systems for safety, a six-inch display screen, Bluetooth for Apple CarPlay, and other many other accessory group upgrades.  The trucks are off-road, four-wheel-drive FX4 models, also equipped with Ranch Hand brush guards, Iron Cross running boards, Weatherguard tool boxes, Gooseneck trailer hitches, and trailer towing systems.


The donated vehicles were specified for use by the FFA students at Benavides Independent School District and the Public Works Department at the City of Agua Dulce. Both the City and the School District were grateful for the donations.


Incorporated in 1941, the City of Agua Dulce is located in Nueces County, between Corpus Christi and Alice, along the State Highway 44 corridor. John Howard has served as the City's elected mayor since 2015.


The Benavides ISD covers a large portion of Duval County, educating approximately 500 students at their two campuses in Benavides.  Dr. Marisa Chapa serves as the District's Superintendent of Schools.


Situated in South Texas and also in West Texas, Wyatt Ranches operates six cattle ranching divisions.  The cattle ranches are scattered south from Agua Dulce to the Rio Grande River; and west from Marfa to Valentine, with some ranches supplemented with agricultural farming operations.