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An aerial view of one of Ponoholo Ranch's grazing areas which is in a wagon-wheel configuration right next to the Kohala coast. Fences radiate out from it like spokes of a wagon wheel, with each wedge allowing cattle to have access to the centrally located water source. The cattle are moved from wedge to wedge, allowing the grass to regrow.

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Julia Cumes
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The Last of the Hawaiian Cowboys
An aerial view of one of Ponoholo Ranch's grazing areas which is in a wagon-wheel configuration right next to the Kohala coast.  Fences radiate out from it like spokes of a wagon wheel, with each wedge allowing cattle to have access to the centrally located water source.  The cattle are moved from wedge to wedge, allowing the grass to regrow.