They used cattle drives to transport their cattle. The Spanish started herding them south, they had to spread out their men to keep the cattle in a herd. Even though this was a big part of cattle farming they still had many troubles.
The Spindle top oil boom affected the local economy by producing more than 10,000 barrels a day, while dropping oil prices. The oil boom was so significant the company changed their name. Prices being dropped caused the boom-and-bust cycle.
New equipment like threshers help speed up the process of harvesting crops, planting seeds and many more. Steel plows, made by John Deere in 1845, helped many farmers break through the hard soil to get to the rich soil. Many farmers back then had to use windmills ,which were first used by ranchers, to pump water water from aquifers to water there crop. Thinking about it now if they didn't have there resources life would have been a lot harder.
Spanish created the new term, cattle ranchos, or ranches.The Spanish government forced farmers to put brands on their cattle. Cattle ranching was soon to be the most important industry. Spanish cattle bred with American cattle, this breed was called the Texas Longhorn, and these Longhorns changed the industry forever.
Some advantages of taking the railroad as transportation is that it is cheaper and more reliable than other transits. Not only is it cheaper, but it also is way more reliable for shipment methods. It the fastest method of traveling also.
Life was very hard for the people of the oil field, most couldn’t even stay as a permanent resident. Very young people had to work to support their families. They had to follow the news of oil strike for many days. Not many women and children lived in these places.