The original Fulbright homestead of 320 acres was homesteaded by B.F. chandler, the great grandfather of Lee Fulbright, who owns the farm today. The first house was a former mining house of stone and lumber from near Trinidad. It was moved from just over one-quarter mile away to its current location. In the 1930s, rocks from the original house were used to construct the current sheds and barns.
Over the years, the farm has produced wheat, beans, maize, and cattle feed. Historically they also raised cattle, a business which continues today. The farm's acreage has varied over the years and is now up to 800 acres.