Ranch sorting requires patience, agility and angles

Larry Maybon, owner of L-M Ranch Sortin in rural Grand Junction, works to cut out a calf and move it to the other end of the corral Nov. 25 during ranch sorting training exercises.



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Larry Maybon, owner of L-M Ranch Sortin in rural Grand Junction, works to cut out a calf and move it to the other end of the corral Nov. 25 during ranch sorting training exercises.

“Slow down!” Larry Maybon hollered at a pair of riders inside the corral who were attempting, while on horseback, to maneuver 10 calves from one end of the corral to the other, in…




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