Wife Tammy moving 9 steers and one bear.

It’s been quite a year of watching Tammy overcome the challenges of cancer. She is living proof of never considering giving up, making courageous decisions, and keeping a positive attitude to be able to ride and work in the life she loves. That my friends is what being a cowgirl is all about, and it is “ The Art of the Cowgirl “

Wet dogs

I have been putting together some steers for the 63 Ranch and bringing them here to Ryegate and working with the to get them eating, electric fence broke, learning to be driven and held up and of course dog broke.  It seems like everything around here is broke, except my horse.

The steers started crossing the Musselshell River the last couple of days and Tammy has been videoing.  Thought you might enjoy it and if you are a dog person I’m sure you’ll think my dogs aren’t broke either!

https://youtu.be/UOpF6iVYH-Y

https://youtu.be/KYHN6u37OpI

https://youtu.be/grWIuvCRH_o

https://youtu.be/zdQAajla6eU

https://youtu.be/HX4O_utZw98

https://youtu.be/pFpBLtH_oLM

In the last video we couldn’t get up the bank out of the river so I sent the dogs.  They had to go quite a ways and get the cattle.  It’s hard to sit there and not know what is happening and I was just about to give Tammy my horse and go up to see what was going on and here they came.

It’s real and it’s nice work for the young dogs and for Taco who is semi retired ( only works when he feels like it) and the cattle are really starting to handle nice.