|By Regan Foster The Pueblo Chieftain Published: May 22, 2016|
|Through the fog and gentle mist, the cattle appeared. Two herds, being driven by more than a dozen whistling equestrians.
At the riders’ prompting the animals beat an orderly herd, filing into a large segmented corral. From there, the ranch hands began carefully separating the cattle.
First cows and...
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