Driving Cattle with a Jeep

A farm hand keeping one eye to the weather on David Walkers Cattle station.  They are bringing helicopters in next day to muster cattle and move them to higher ground.  <br />
The landscape fills with water during this season and the cattle get bogged and die if not moved.  There are staging areas with helicopters, and then they are moved by truck to higher ground.<br />
Buffalo flies are incredibly thick on cattle at the beginning of the wet. The eggs lie in the dust all year waiting for the first rain, and when it comes the eggs explode.  The job of a buffalo fly is to lick sweat off cattle (or any animal) and then deposit it's eggs in the dung.