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Cattle ranching in olden days was that of free pastures under which practice the animals were left free to graxe over extensive land. Ownership would stem form extent of animal occupancy of the area. 

Cattle owners would have pooper kin or neighbors assist in the care of the animals. Sharing would be full ownership by the cowhand of every third animal. 

Definitely establishing social stratification in Kabayan, cattle ranching would carry with it stories of slave trade in the pasdong. 

Owing to an extensive gold trade with the lowlands in this generation, approximately seventy percent of the existing Kabayan ricefields would by this time be constructed.