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SHERIDAN - For much of this summer, Rick Landeis' office is located in the Bighorn Mountains, where he sleeps in a simple cabin and works alone on horseback, surrounded by cattle.
Sheridan College professor of animal science Rick Landeis takes a break from training his horse Little John at Watt Agriculture Center at Sheridan College on Aug. 19. Landeis is researching bovine respiratory disease in the Bighorn Mountains. (Courtesy photo)