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The Sandhill crew moving livestock. SCOUT SMITH Breakfast time for growing steers and heifers! SCOUT SMITH and saddled my horse, Beechnut. Then we rode pens. The cattle are pretty straight. Reno and I rode through some ourselves. The rest of the time we watched the gate for Dad or Tripp. We had a visitor, Jim Mapes from Colorado. He is a cutting horse trainer. Next we checked a few pastures. Then we headed to the café in town. Food is my favorite form of payment for working. Then we headed to Friona to check two pastures of pregnant cows on stalks and several pastures of yearlings on wheat. Soon we headed back to the feedyard to unsaddle and Dad went around to feed. Reno and I hung out at the horse barn with Tripp and Trail. When we got home I was tired and ready for a bath and bed. Friday, January 13 This morning we woke up and did our school work. Ranger was feeling better so we headed to Muleshoe to take my great aunt Pat out to eat for her birthday. We also got groceries because tomorrow a rain and ice storm might hit. Later we met Dad at the feedyard and rode the feedtruck while he was 14 I WORKING RANCH JUNIOR I SUMMER 2017


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