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Big Cats On the Move
Tue Jul 30, 2013 01:18 PM CDT

Mountain lions kill and eat Rink Goswick’s cattle. It’s an attribute of the big cat that he does not appreciate. But he does enjoy hunting them on horseback, trailing behind a pack of bawling Bluetick hounds.

Goswick, a 73-year-old rancher and former cattle buyer, lives in Humboldt, Ariz. He runs cattle in the dry, rugged, ponderosa pine–studded mountains and valleys of the Prescott area. His grandfather began ranching in the north-central part of the state in 1918, working cattle at an elevation of 7,000 feet along the Mogollon Rim. Goswick has hunted cougars ...

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