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Ty Mitchell ProfileOn a dusty April morning in 2021, with his bedroll and cast-iron skillet in tow, Ty Mitchell arrived at a gated community in Bartlesville, Oklahoma—more than seven hundred miles from his Presidio County ranch, where he runs a cow-calf operation. He walked up to the empty three-story home he would stay in for the next six months, just a few doors down from Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. The high-ceilinged foyer echoed as he clanged his pan against the granite countertop. “Cowboys don’t need an open floor plan,” he thought to himself. After a few nights, Mitchell began to feel fenced in by that gated community. “I just need a little old place to roll my bedroll,” he tells me. “So, I asked production if…

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