Wolf's Mouth: Traditionally kilims were woven by nomadic cattle-rearing people who feared wolf attacks. The stylised wolf's-mouth motif acted in the same way as an amulet - to ward off the risk of attack.
Just as young children go for vaccines at different times throughout their life, so do our cattle. Last time I discussed why we vaccinate our cattle, now I’ll be sharing with you what we vaccinate our cattle for.
Ranches are rural areas generally associated with cattle rearing but now many ranches are modified and developed and made recreational yet preserving the beauty of natural environment and also conserving the cultural heritage for generations. The Hollister ranch and the ranch of Santa Barbara are few of the examples. The famous Hollister ranch was acquired as property by Hollister family in 1869 and it has many stories in further history including Spanish expedition.