Travel Photography Photos tagged as cattle
This is how villagers in India stack hay. Stacking hay this way keeps the moisture away during the monsoon time, and the hay inside the stack remains fresh to be consumed by the cattle the villages own .. In olden times, the villagers used to stock their grains within this cottage like hay hut for the same reason. But now most of the grains they grow are sold and the rest are kept in nylon woven bags for their own consumption.
Bobs van and cattle road train
Bob and Cattle Road Train
Agricultural experiment crossing Brahama and Angus cattle
Dodging the local traffic on the Santa Fe Trail.
Greeting natives at Bent's Old Fort
we really did eat well haha! ... came across this thing on the land when i was working Outback ... the vastness of Australia is just unreal - for 3 hours we were driving in the 1 direction and we was still on the farmers land who we was working for!! ... a trip to the local store is a day trip - 4 hours to ger there and 4 hours to get back!
This longhorn has her newborn with her.
The Corriente Cattle were brought from Spain to the America's in the 1400's. They are smaller then many breds raised today, but quite hardy. Texas Longhorns are probably descended from Corriente's.