History: A Territories Shepherd – Part 3

Reprinted from the March 1951 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

A Territories’ Shepherd – Part 3
By J. F. MacCallum, Swift Current, Sask.

‘That lambing season of 1901 was certainly a good one. The weather was good, and we had no losses, but from my experience in later years, I know that in the Canadian West sheepmen must have some shelter for lambing, but, apparently, the 76 Ranch always lambed out on open prairie.’

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