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#1 Jeanne Joy

Jeanne Joy

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  • Interests:Ranching, Rodeo and Stockdogs. Iím from a pioneer ranch family that traveled to Colorado in covered wagons. I'm also a published author and stockdog clinician. My most recent work is a book titled, Stockdog Savvy - Alpine Publications, Inc., 2010.

Posted 03 December 2011 - 11:33 AM

It's that time of the year again when ranchers are gathering their cows, weaning calves and branding and tagging any that weren't marked during the spring. Before snow falls, clean up rides are made to gather any strays left behind during the main gather. Finally, the bulls are gathered and moved to winter range or corralled in pastures where they are fed for the winter. Here's my latest blog entry for Working Ranch Magazine:

It has been said, "Most of the footprints in the sands of time were made by working shoes." By the side of those footprints are paw prints.


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