One more pic from Hope and Ryan Pjesky's Ranch, Enid, Oklahoma before we headed for Ashland, Kansas.
This is the typical 'large' form of transport for US ranchers. It will hold 30 head of cattle each weighing around 700 - 800lb. The photo is taken from the ground at the rear gate which is where the cattle are loaded.
|Mode of stock transport in the USA|
|From Oklahoma to Kansas|
|Road travelled from Enid to Ashland|
|Gardiner Angus Ranch signpost|
|Gardiner ranch Bulls ready for A.I.|
|Gardiner Angus Ranch feedlot|
|From Ashland to Pratt, Kansas|
|One of many Kansas Windfarms|
|Cattle eating at the Pratt Feed Yard|
|Pratt Feed Yard Mill|
|Hay being milled into chaffe|
Catch you further along the track...