The sun highlights the beautiful, green field backdropped by a mass of small rolling hills near the town of Morse in Saskatchewan, Canada where a herd of cattle spend their day grazing. The cattle have acres of field to roam, but very few places to hide from the summer sun beating onto the prairie landscape.
In 1906, many settlers came to the town of Morse bringing with them their cattle, horses and belongings where they set up house on the wide open fields. Farming is still the major source of income in the town of Morse, Saskatchewan and businesses in the farming industry outnumber any other types of services in Morse.
Cattle, Cows, grazing in a field near the town of Morse, Saskatchewan, Canada.