Loyal to the LandLoyal to the Land



Linfoot also introduced progressive horse training methods. ... Ranch cow horse
program, appeared in the August 1962 issue of the ranch newspaper, Paka
Paniolo: The stock horse is a ranch man's principal working tool. ... In the
breaking stable the method taught us by Dr. Billy Linfoot is being used with
excellent results.

Author: Billy Bergin

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 9780824830861

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Page: 336

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This heartfelt and often personal work continues the story of the Big Island’s Parker Ranch, one of the largest and most beautiful cattle ranches in the United States. It begins with the dynastic transition in ranch management from the formidable A. W. Carter to his son, Hartwell, who would be responsible for bringing the ranch effectively into the twentieth century. Although supervision of the ranch officially changed hands in 1937, A. W.’s wide-ranging influence continued to be felt for at least another decade. Later Hartwell Carter would also have to contend with the whims of ranch owner Richard Smart, who returned to the Islands in 1959, eager to take direct control of his estate. Under Carter’s stewardship, Parker Ranch raised its cow herd size by fifty percent and, through its subsidiary, Hawaii Meat Company, converted its beef marketing from a range-finished animal to a feedlot-confined, corn-fed, marbled carcass acceptable to the modern housewife. Hartwell Carter was followed by his assistant, Richard (Dick) Penhallow, as ranch manager in 1960. Penhallow’s tenure is given a detailed overview that illuminates his ambitious goals for improvements in water, land, livestock, personnel development, and the economics of the beef industry. Although Penhallow’s grand scheme for reorganizing an inefficient and divided industry into a single cooperative using state-of-the-art facilities ultimately failed, the subsequent history of beef marketing in the Islands bears out the soundness and wisdom of his ideas. In 1962 Smart selected Radcliffe (Rally) Greenwell as Penhallow’s successor. The new ranch manager arrived with strong, traditional values of stewardship handed down from generations of Kona ranchers. Greenwell’s initiatives were clear: to further enhance water development and increase the cow herd by thirty percent. He also instituted research to determine the cause of a scourge among young cattle called yellow calf syndrome. As the nine-year management of Greenwell unfolds, the book offers a close look at the leadership team of the era, which included Harry Kawai, John Kawamoto, Willie Kaniho, Yutaka Kimura, John Lekelesa, and Harry Ah Fong Ah Sam. The author, who became ranch veterinarian in 1970, also provides personal insights in the later sections of the book into the use of the element copper to greatly enhance the growth and health of cattle and the birth and expansion of the ranch’s Animal Health Program. The work concludes with the introduction of the mainland management team of Rubel and Lent, whose attempt to return to a pyramidal management structure took Parker Ranch by storm.

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third SeriesCatalog of Copyright Entries Third Series



Nolen , Barbara , ed . Brave company . Wilson , Guthrie . Brave Cowboy Bill .
Jackson , Kathryn . Break - up of Czech democracy . Friedman , Otto . Breaking
and training the stock horse . Williamson , C , O. Breaking the Bismarcks Barrier .

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress

ISBN: STANFORD:36105006280452

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Page: 1314

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Includes Part 1A: Books and Part 1B: Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals

The Modern CowboyThe Modern Cowboy



The rancher or cowboy who deals with a reputable horse trader can buy mature
horses that are ready to go to work, saving the ranch the time and expense of
breaking and training colts, and maintaining costly facilities and breeding stock.

Author: John R. Erickson

Publisher: University of North Texas Press

ISBN: 9781574411775

Category:

Page: 211

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What does it take to raise cattle in the 21st century? Ask John Erickson. For any aspiring cowboy, this is an essential guide.

Live Stock JournalLive Stock Journal



LIVESTOCK JOURNAL EATON SHIRE HORSES , LIVE STOCK JOURNAL ,.
LIVE STOCK ... HORSE LOIN CLOTHS , wool lined and strapped , from 6s . ...
THE EDUCATION OF THE HORSE – The Saddle Horse - Breaking - Training -
Part III .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924071555027

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Page:

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The Welfare of HorsesThe Welfare of Horses



The Tartar herdsmen recognised that gradual habituation of young-stock
enhanced the level of training achieved later. ... Like the Persians they used
professional horse breakers, who caught and broke the horses, and performed
gelding and ...

Author: N. Waran

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780306482151

Category:

Page: 225

View: 540

This book describes the development of horse behaviour, and the way in which the management of horses today affects their welfare. Horses for sport, companionship and work are considered and ways of improving their welfare by better training and management is described. The book assesses welfare, nutrition, and behaviour problems with horses. The authors include internationally-recognised scientists from Britain, Ireland, USA and Australia.

The Trotting Horse of America how to Train and Drive HimThe Trotting Horse of America how to Train and Drive Him



to ours ; and , though I say it myself , who belong to the profession , it is not unfit
to be said , that the American system of breaking , training , and driving , has
mainly made our trotters what they are . The English had the stock all along , just
as ...

Author: Hiram Washington Woodruff

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HN3LBU

Category:

Page: 376

View: 350

The Trotting Horse of America how to Train and Drive Him With Reminiscences of the Trotting Turf Edited by C J Foster Including an Introductory Notice by G Wilkes and a Biographical Sketch by the EditorThe Trotting Horse of America how to Train and Drive Him With Reminiscences of the Trotting Turf Edited by C J Foster Including an Introductory Notice by G Wilkes and a Biographical Sketch by the Editor



to ours ; and , though I say it myself , who belong to the profession , it is not unfit
to be said , that the American system of breaking , training , and driving , has
mainly made our trotters what they are . The English had the stock all along , just
as ...

Author: Hiram Washington WOODRUFF

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0018724079

Category:

Page:

View: 465

Breaking Your Horse s Bad HabitsBreaking Your Horse s Bad Habits



If a horse has been ineptly handled, for instance, in his training for stock horse
classes, and has been hurt by rough hands on the reins yanking him to make his
sliding stops, he is likely to show reluctance and a sour attitude about any part of
 ...

Author: W. Dayton Sumner

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924000406821

Category:

Page: 220

View: 800

An updated and revised version of the bestseller, this book will provide insight into why horses act the way they do, how they learn and form bad habits, and what causes their neurotic response. It now includes new information on equine behavior, especially regarding young or difficult horses. With specific suggestions and practical guidelines, the authors stress understanding the causes of problems as the first key to corrective action.