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History: Cattle, Then and Now!

Reprinted from the March 1951 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

Cattle, Then and Now!
By Florence Gates, High Point, Sask.

”Twas in mid-November, 1907, that Les Giauque and Henry Kohnke left the Elbow, at the South Saskatchewan River, with a drive of as fine a herd of four-year-old steers as will be seen anywhere. Ninety-eight head of them there were, to be delivered to Duck Lake for McIntire brother for the stupendous sum of five cents per pound, dressed!’

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