One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A rounding up of livestock using a helicopter.‘the kings of the rope and saddle have been replaced by helicopter musters’
- ‘At the station on the eastern edge of the Tanami Desert, he worked in with helicopter muster pilots.’
- ‘Following flooding in the Lagoon, he organised a helicopter muster, which brought out 260 head.’
- ‘I'd never seen a helicopter muster before. I didn't know how it worked.’
- ‘The helicopter muster will target 150 wild horses in the area.’
- ‘An emergency helicopter muster is planned to capture 50 wild horses threatened by severe drought conditions.’
- ‘The article notes that the animal was first spotted during a helicopter muster on the station.’
- ‘When a second helicopter muster was unsuccessful, it was decided to fence two swamps with electric fences.’
- ‘After three weeks of mustering on horseback we took up the suggestion that we try a helicopter muster to flush out the renegade cattle.’
- ‘The next helicopter muster went ahead as scheduled and we had our hands full with the work of handling a yard of cattle.’
- ‘The first helicopter muster on Oobagooma turned out to be the only one of its kind during our time on the station.’
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