Published on Tuesday, April 18, 2017
If you are looking for a new ranch hand you may not have to look very far. In fact, you may just want to head down to the creek and see if your local water dwelling neighborhood beaver is around.
Recently Saskatchewan rancher Adrienne Ivey was checking heifers when she and her husband discovered that their 150 heifers were following a beaver across their pasture. Talk about an easy way to move curious heifers!
In an interview with CTV News Ivey said that “the cattle came over the hill “bunched together,” which was “very unusual when they have so much room to be out moving around,” Ivey said in an interview with CTVNews.ca on Tuesday. “It wasn’t until we got to the very front of the herd, that we could see what all the commotion was about.”
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Author: Lane Nordlund
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