A Mile Long Cattle Drive At Seven Sons

July 29, 2016

Sometimes we need to move our herd of cattle across the farm to fresh pastures or shaded areas when it gets hot. If you think moving over 100 head of cattle a mile through woods and across rivers sounds like a daunting task, think again. Since cattle are by nature herd animals this means when they travel long distances they instinctively behave as a single unit. Usually every herd has a few leaders that find themselves at the head of the group. The trick is to guide these leader animals in the direction you want the entire herd to go. Watch as we move our herd of 130 cattle over a mile across the farm!

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