posted on Jan, 6 2019 @ 12:11 AM
No, not "HEY", but "HAY"...
They're 3 feet tall x 5 feet deep x 8 feet long. They weigh around 1,800 lbs / each.
Some here have asked about raising cattle. Well, this is what it's like.
Pictured is a our new building we just built to store some of our hay for the cows. What you see is the last 20' of the building (which is actually
150' longer behind the wall you see). It's bigger than our house! (for those who think rancher/farmers are rich, we spend far more money on our
animals and equipment than we ever do on ourselves)
And, every now and then there is some fun. Like the times my Australian Cattle Dog has to supervise "everything". He's always in charge! Bravest
dog I've ever known. Here he is supervising moving some hay bales....
This dog will go after the toughest, meanest, bull in the pasture or corrals..first. Just a fearless animal! But...he's my buddy!
And so now you perhaps see, all this "fun" isn't always all that fun. And then the snows come, and the rains, and the ugly times...but we still