Beaver Herding Cattle is a Very Canadian Situation
Ranchers down here in the U.S. usually employ dogs or ride around on four-wheelers for their herding needs. Apparently in Canada they just use beavers.
Adrienne Ivey of Ituna, Saskatchewan capture a video of her 150 head of cattle being herded around by a beaver that had made it's way into the pasture.
"These young heifers are kind of like a teenager," says Adrienne. "They're very curious creatures and they were just enthralled by this beaver."
How do we move 150 heifers in Canada? Just need a better trained beaver... #Canadian #Canada150 #CDNbeef #BeaverFever #Saskatchewan pic.twitter.com/yU6VJW0ml7
— adrienne ivey (@adrienneivey) April 15, 2017
"When we first saw this we knew that people would get a great chuckle out of it because you cannot get more Canadian than that," she said. "We talk about how awesome our Canadian beef is, but a beaver leading cattle around? It's the most Canadian thing ever!"
Read more at Adrienne's blog, View From the Ranch Porch.