|"Training and Working with Oxen"
Ox enthusiasts who welcome you to contact them.
If you would like to have your name added to our list of ox enthusiasts,
click on: Contact Us.
(In the picture at the right, the light colored ox (the nigh ox) is Heinrich
and the dark colored ox (the off ox) is Ernst.
The oxen belong to Ted Leighton of Saskatchewan.)
About us: Cattle enthusiast (I love cows of any kind!)
I have two milk cows, a Holstein ox/riding steer named Mack, various calves around always-drinking the extra milk, and beef steers.
Mack is used mostly for misc. farm work , hauling the hay bales to the cattle in the winter, giving rides to family and friends, hauling fire wood, demonstraitions, parades.
Usually I have quiet, started calves, for sale.
Contact us at: Box 542 Anderw, AB. T0B 0C0
Phone: 1- (780) - 365 - 2424
To read about Amanda, and see a picture of her with her ox, Mack, click on: Amanda's Story
About us: Trick trained and riding steers, buggy steers and more.
If a steer can do it, he does it here.
Occasionally steers for sale, training always available.
Contact us at: 603 B. Street, Corning, Iowa 50841. Phone: 641-322-4802
www.ridingsteers.com (password to message board: "banana")
email for Riding Steers: email@example.com
email for One Sky Ranch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren Ledig Klingbiel & Dan Klingbiel
About us: Young oxen teams for sale.
Currently we have 2 teams of calves in training for logging, freight wagon hauling, exhibition and ag fairs, parades,
We offer oxen basics and yoke making classes.
Contact us at: Box 94 Sointula B.C. VON 3EO
To read about Dan and Lauren, and see a picture of their team, click on: Dan and Lauren's Story
About us: I have had an ox team since 1997. I am a homesick Nova Scotian and head-yoked
oxen were widely used in Southwestern Nova Scotia when I was a child. My Brown Swiss oxen serve no useful purpose, but do odd jobs around their home acreage and keep me in touch with land and animals.
Contact us at: 328 saskatchewan Crescent West, Saskatoon, SK S7M 0A4. Phone:306-665-6074
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