Cattle stations are pretty big in this part of the world. One day we found some cattle in the middle of nowhere. To get them back to the where we needed them to be, we had to be a bit creative, since there was no infrastructure to handle the cattle. Graham organised to bring in some portable panels to make a yard. We brought our truck in to load the cattle onto, but there was no loading ramp. We borrowed the excavator from our neighbours at Lindon Station and dug a big hole. We then reversed the truck in, so that the livestock could walk onto the back trailer. There were 50 to 60 head in total that we moved that day.
We have two Mack trucks. This is the newer one we purchased about six years ago. The crates were purchased second-hand.