Winter is finally ending and the hope of spring is in the garden.
What was it like on cattle drives in the mid to late 1800s? A cowboy's tale offers insight into a cattle drive from Texas to Kansas.
Thanks to a cattle dog on a North Dakota homestead, the local population's crops and homesteads were saved from a stampede of cattle.
Youngsters take their mother at her word while hunting for their range cattle on a Moffat County, Colorado homestead.
Unusual way of peppering cattle in southern Missouri; even by homesteading standards.
One cowboy bucks the traditional game while breaking a horse in New Mexico Territory.
Cattle present a huge challenge for homesteaders in northwest Oklahoma.
Cattle hands offer awkward exchange over lunch on homesteaders' South Dakota land.
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