Humane treatment of livestock is something ranchers are doing continuously through their livestock management practices. Typically these actions improve the health and well-being of the animals in their care, and are enjoyable tasks for everyone. But, what about those situations where being humane and doing what’s best for the animal isn’t a fun practice? This post dives into one situation on an Eastern Wyoming ranch where keeping the animal’s best interest in mind wasn’t an enjoyable task, but still a necessary one to ensure the animal was treated as humanely as possible.
To read the full story visit RealRancher Heather Hamilton’s blog – Double H Photography