History: A Territories Shepherd – Part 2

Reprinted from the February 1951 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

A Territories Shepherd – Part 2
By J. F. MacCallum, Swift Current, Sask.

‘All the Sarnia ranch cattle were put up north of Walsh in the Many Island Lakes district, northeast of Medicine Hat and close to what is now the boundary of Alberta and Saskatchewan. A lot of the ranchers took their cattle up there for summer grazing. I was sure glad I had had some experience in riding and knew something about cutting out cattle as the following ranchers had cattle grazing in the Many Island District…’

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