By Bill Roberts
Not long after Jerry Hair helped us catch the Tucker cattle at Port Mayaca, he asked me if I would like to spend a week or so with an old cowman friend of his that he had worked for from the time he was a big kid.
The old man's name was Surrency and he needed some help working his whole herd of cattle. They needed worming for parasites and spraying for horn flies. He had only one man that worked full-time.
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