Highland Cattle Ranch 1952

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    Highland cattle ranch.

    Inverlochy castle, Fort William, Scotland.

    L/S horsemen rounding up cattle. M/S ranch owner J. W. Hobbs and another man on horseback galloping towards cattle, M/S Hobbs' horse shying. M/S cattle being herded by man on piebald. C/U Hobbs giving directions. M/S as they round up the cattle. M/S's of man with whip herding cattle. M/S horses and cattle fording stream. M/S Hobbs on horseback standing on hill. M/S's horses and men herding cattle down hill to shelters. M/S shelter which reads "Great Glen Cattle Ranch", M/S men riding past. C/U Hobbs and ranch manager Charles Palmer. A ranch hand pulls a load of cattle feed, Charles snatches a handful as cart passes and inspects it. M/S tractor cutting winter feed. M/S men forking feed into concrete trough.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:32:48:00 / 01:34:43:00
    NP 423
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    NP 423
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    Scotland Highlands & Islands Scottish Highlands
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