- Feb 11, 2005
- Reaction score
- northern Nebraska Sandhills
Gathering some bulls in the cool of the day
Sunflower is one of my accomplices
Stringing them along
Sunflower and Goose
Peach hit the far corners of the "roughly" (used both figuratively and lliterally) thousand acre pasture.
Kosmo bringing three more
Of course they aren't cooperating as well as they could.
So Kosmo gets a bit damp getting them turned
With the help of a few portable corral panels along a fence, we first loaded the eleven bulls on our trailer. Big Swede is going
to use these bulls on his heifers for the next month. They have been with our heifers since the 16th of May (a little more than sixty days).
He backed his trailer up to ours, and the transfer was made.
Putting in a barrier to keep cattle from getting in the tank in this hot weather
We hauled some 16-foot wire panels to use for this project.
The poor old Kid got damp on this job, too. I happened to have my lace-up boot overshoes along. :wink:
Storm clouds on the horizon. They were actually over a hundred miles away, but the telephoto lens on the camera works pretty good.
Meanwhile, back in the hayfield
The Kosmo Kid is getting damp again because the air-conditioner is not working in that tractor.