Often folks ask about the sheep wagons. In my view, they are a perfect example of form following function. The wagon has a 3/4 bed at the back, with storage underneath and a table that pulls out. Two bench seats are built along the sides, with more storage underneath. On the right front side is a wood burning and/or gas stove and on the left side is a low cupboard with a shelf for the water bucket on top. Hooks are located strategically for lanterns, and shelves behind the stove hold cooking pots and other utensils. Additional storage on the outside hold items like grain and horseshoeing tools. That wagon behind is the supply wagon, which holds firewood, hay, oats, horse blankets and other bulky items that are needed in the winter months. They are usually parked at ranch headquarters in the summer.
Above is a wagon being pulled by a team of horses. Less picturesquely, we move our wagons with pickup trucks, which calls for more fuel, but less labor.