Feb. 20, 2009 - North Kohala, Hawaii, U.S. - A group of cowboys, some wearing yellow rain slickers, head out to herd mother cows and their calves to the Kahua Ranch coral to brand, inoculate and castrate them on a rainy morning. Despite the warm sea level temperatures, the weather is often brutal up country at 3,000 feet and higher where some of the best ranch land is. (Credit Image: © Julia Cumes/zReportage.com/ZUMAPRESS.com)


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