How transhumance is the future

How transhumance is the future

For centuries, in the flatlands of southern Spain, one of the country’s longest cattle migrations has occurred. But now, technology is opening up new possibilities for farmers.

How transhumance is the future View image of A 300km journey (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of Rooted in tradition (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of A tough cow (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of Water is everything (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of Canine cowhands (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of Protected roads (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of A rustic rest (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of A high price to pay (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of An agricultural revival (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of A modern twist (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of A holiday cowboy (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of Unchanging traditions (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)

How transhumance is the future View image of Cowboy kinship (Credit: Credit: Antolín Avezuela)