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Taking a break from their work of branding, innoculating, tagging and castrating calves at Kahua Ranch in North Kohala, Hawaii, from left, Godfrey Kainoa, Kimo Ho'opai, Wayne Tachera and Keoki Kainoa clean and prepare "Laho" (calf testicles) for breakfast. These are cooked with garlic salt and oil directly over the branding fire.

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Julia Cumes
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The Last of the Hawaiian Cowboys
Taking a break from their work of branding, innoculating, tagging and castrating calves at Kahua Ranch in North Kohala, Hawaii, from left, Godfrey Kainoa, Kimo Ho'opai, Wayne Tachera and Keoki Kainoa clean and prepare "Laho" (calf testicles) for breakfast.  These are cooked with garlic salt and oil directly over the branding fire.