Piggin strings are in the same category as a rope there is always one on my saddle! I have used them to tie gates shut too! And I have used them when my bungees have broke off of my tire chains. I kept on slinging them off in the mud/snow in the spring thaw...handy little things.
We make ours too. Buckaroos think they need at least 60 ft of rope....we say kick up and dally faster.
We cut ours off at about 45-50 and make them into piggin strings.
Hey AC, if you don't tie down cattle when your catching them, are you somewhere where you can get them in a pen or in the trailer or do you teach them to lead? Im curious how you do it..if you don't mind sharing.
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