RIcardo Cabral, a portuguese bullfigher, known as a "Forcado" holds his hands together after wrestling down several cows to brand them at "Monte de Zambujal" farm owned by a teammate of the "Forcados Amadores de Evora". The "forcados" gather here annually to brand over 50 cows in old style, wrestling the cow down. This branding method helps them train and get accustomed to working with large animals before confronting upto 600 kg. bulls during their performances as a group throughout Portugal. | Location: Monte de Zambujal, Alentejo, Portugal.
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