What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.

— Pericles

Photos of Talk to the St. Clair County SWCD and Cattlemen’s Association

Richard shows the Steve Cote book, “Stockmanship,” to the group.

Showing a good, basic corral design

Richard talks with the group before demonstrating some things in the pasture.

Around the pasture a few times . . .

. . . and into the corral (well, it was a few more than “a few times around the pasture . . . .”)

Sorting the black from the red and white

Bringing the entire group out . . .

. . . to drive down the road to another pasture.

Richard, Bob Salmon (owner of the cattle and host of the demonstration), Richard’s son Garland, and Bob’s dog Jim taking the calves to pasture.

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