Found!

The mystery surrounding a “lost” painting created by Sir Alfred Munnings has been solved. Munnings was just finding fame as a portraitist and painter of British rural life when the First World War broke out in 1914. Blind in his right eye, he was denied a role in the Army on medical grounds. However, in …

For the Horses

A retired Canadian rancher headed to California with 6,800 kg (15,000 lbs.) of feed, along with medical supplies, to help more than 200 horses impacted by wildfires. Retired rancher and horseman Darrell Glover of Olds, Alta., saw a news report of how horse owners in the Paradise area had no choice but to release their …

What Works for Us: Calving Season

We’re back with our popular series on ranching — What Works for Us, a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the operations of some of the nicest cowboy outfits on the Canadian range. I contacted a few select ranchers to ask, “When it comes to calving, what works on your place?” Every ranch is different, and while no …

February/March 2019

Trailblazers CHIEF DAN GEORGE, O.C. Actor and orator, Chief Dan George; his rise to fame and his legendary speech that galvanized a nation. You can read the whole article in the current issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine. To subscribe, click here or call Marie at 1-800-943-7336. WELCOME BACK, HEARTLAND As Canada’s smash hit television show beams around the world, …

Tall Men Riding

This is the song that the night birds sing As the phantom herds trail by, Horn by horn where the long plains fling Flat miles to the Texas sky. Oh, the high hawk knows where the rabbit goes, And the buzzard marks the kill, But few there be with eyes to see The Tall Men …