posted on Oct, 4 2020 @ 06:56 PM
We all watched the debate, well, my wife and I did anyway.
The cows outside were interested, very. I don't think they really know much other than..."this hay good!....this hay not so good", but hey
they're cows, right?
Took a new 800lb bale down to the boys and they're happy, but it's a hard bale, have to pull it apart for them to eat it.
Now, our big herd bull, Jack, is over 2,200 lbs; he's a big boy; a giant! He's happy, and healthy, but we could never get him into the chute if we
needed to. So, there's that.
Jack can tip a stock trailer over just by leaning on one side of it! He can. His son was bigger than him, and when my buddy and I delivered him he
was looking over the top rail in the trailer. (i.e. When he lifted his head up, he was over 7' feet tall and 2,600 lbs) He was/is a monster!
Dealing with big bulls like this is both dangerous and more dangerous! These bulls don't have horns, but they can put a person in the hurt-locker
faster than anything you know! You have to get inside the corral with them, and then tell them where to go. Sometimes they think different, and
people go airborne, or get slammed!
Oh well...take care, everyone.
It's just a day in the life here.