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Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail (Classic Reprint)
THE great grazing lands of the West lie in what is known as the arid belt, which stretches from British America on the north to Mexico on the south, through the middle of the United States. It includes New Mexico, part of Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and the western portion of Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, and Dakota. It must not be understood by this...
THE great grazing lands of the West lie in what is known as the arid belt, which stretches from British America on the north to Mexico on the south, through the middle of the United States. It includes New Mexico, part of Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and the western portion of Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, and Dakota. It must not be understood by this that more cattle are to be found here than elsewhere, for the contrary is true, it being a fact often lost sight of that the number of cattle raised on the small, thick-lying farms of the fertile Eastern States is actually many times greater than that of those scattered over the vast, barren ranches of the far West; for stock will always be most plentiful in districts where corn and other winter food can be grown. But in this arid belt,Table of Contents CHAPTER I; The Cattle Country of the Far West i; CHAPTER II; Out on the Range 22; CHAPTER III The Home Ranch 38; CHAPTER IV; The Round-Up 68; CHAPTER V; Winter Weather no; CHAPTER VI; Frontier Types 122; CHAPTER VII Red and White on the Border 155; CHAPTER VIII Sheriff's Work on a Ranch 169; CHAPTER IX The Ranchman's Rifle on Crag and Prairie 200; CHAPTER X pace; The Wapiti, or Round-Horned Elk 226; CHAPTER XI The Big-Horn Sheep 236; CHAPTER XII The Game of the High Peaks: The White Goat 271About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the difficult to read text. Read books online for free at www.forgottenbooks.org
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