These are pictures of our calving barn. There are stalls with straw in them and a small bunk house in case someone needs to sleep at the barn to watch the cows during the night.
Most of the time they calf just fine by themselves, but sometimes a calf has to be pulled, or if it's really cold the momma and new born baby have to come in the barn so the calf doesn't freeze to death.
Have you ever heard the saying "Never work for a man who has lights in his barn"?
Generally on a ranch job you are paid a monthly salary. You work from sun up to sun down and are lucky if you get Sundays off.
You want to be careful to check out the barn before you sign on with the outfit. If the rancher has lights in his barn, you might be working all night too.