Everyone wants to help move cows for the local ranchers near Horseshoe Bend, Idaho. A friend of ours tells storie about liking the help; but it is always like amateur hour out there on the horses. He doesn't want to tell people no when they ask to come help because he can always use more bodies; but sometimes he ends up helping them more than they help him. Not all horse or people are prepared to move cows. There are things you have to think about when moving cows and their calves.
I personally love helping brand calves and move cattle down the road with another friend once a year. My boyfriend likes to remind me that it is only pleasurable because it is just once a year. Here are my tips if you do go to help someone move their cows.
So, if you have the opportunity to help someone move their cows then take it an enjoy it. It is not every day that you get to participate in something like this!
Sara Jane Weidner
It is my dream to own a working cattle ranch and guest ranch to host people from all over the world. We will be self-sustainable and produce most, if not all, of the food used in our operation (for family, guests, and animals). This is my blog on cattle ranching history, guest ranch reviews, and everything country.