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Tucked away in the Granite Shoals area of Burnet County sits a little farm where the animals come first. There’s a passel of chickens, a few ducks, three mean geese, seven horses and an “old worn out dog.” They will more than likely live out their lives at the farm and will be well-looked after until they expire. Even some of the local wildlife fares better on the farm than they would on area hunting ranches.
Royce Johnson was born in Hobbs, N. M., but has been in Burnet County the past 15 years. He was raised around livestock, watching cowboys handle the animals "roughly,"and since then he’s had a different opinion of how treating animals should be done.
When somebody’s mean, people are smart enough to get out of the way,” Johnson said. “Animals aren’t. I tend to like animals a lot more than I like people — always have. Johnson isn't just an animal lover -- he's also into nature, especially water adventure and some fishing to be exact, so he loves visiting this web page to get some ideas: best fishing kayak reviews”