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Cowboy

Taken from Chapter 6: The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other Misfits by Dr Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume, President and CEO, Land & Livestock International, Inc. What you gonna do with a cowboy by Chris Ledoux Well I can see … Continue reading

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Branding and Stock Handling Techniques of the Great Basin and Old California Traditions – by my friends David and Gwynn Turnball Weaver

Great video courtesy of Richard Beal’s Blog.        FOLLOW LAND AND LIVESTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC. ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference Manual. This is the ideal squeal to A Handbook for Ranch Managers.  Although the ecological … Continue reading

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John Wayne couldn’t have done it better.

Watch as a would-be bicycle thief in Eagle Bend, Oregon, quickly reaches the end of cowboy Robert Borba’s rope….                 FOLLOW LAND & LIVESTOCK INTERNATIONAL, INC ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite A … Continue reading

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Shawn Williams “Cowboy Debate”

Buyer Assistance: Land and Livestock International, Inc. is in a position to assist the buyer in purchasing ranches anywhere in the Western United States and Northern Mexico. Pre – purchase services include help with due diligence, estimates of carrying capacity … Continue reading

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Strike up the fiddle, tune up the band

Cowgirl Sass & Savvy (revisited) by Julie Carter via THE WESTERER This is a “do you remember” moment for those old enough to recall the days in rural America after World War II and young enough to remember what it … Continue reading

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Montana’s Bucking Horse Sale in Miles City

It’s the Montana version of Mardi Gras! Ou rah! The Miles City Bucking Horse Sale has been on my bucket list for a lot of years. It looks like that this year my schedule is going to allow me to … Continue reading

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COWBOY ETIQUETTE

By John L More with illustrations by Justin Wells via America’s Horse. Follow This Link to the PDF File Land and Livestock International, Inc. is in a position to assist the buyer in purchasing ranches like these anywhere in the … Continue reading

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Wyman Meinzer’s West Texas

Posted by Chris Gill at the Circle Ranch A beautiful portrayal of a unique part of our country. https://player.vimeo.com/video/22132017 A WALTZ ACROSS WEST TEXASWyman Meinzer, the Texas State Photographer, used to live in the old jail in Benjamin, TX. The … Continue reading

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Cattle Drive Positions

Driving the herd requires a team of cowboys, each with a specific role. By Lauren Feldman via the American Cowboy Credit: MCKIBILLO The cattle drive in this illustration is a bit overmanned, but it still gives you a good idea … Continue reading

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Cattle and Cowboys in Florida

Indeed, the first Cowboys on the North American Continent were also Southerners. — jtl Exploring Florida: A Social Studies Resource for Students and Teachers Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of South Florida © … Continue reading

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