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Moving cattle Ohio style

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bar o ranch

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Gathering, starting to follow the bucket, moving to fresh stock-piled grass. Some of the calves investigating the empty bucket, the cows got all the corn.

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Spread out grazing. Went from lots of bawling to the pleasant sound of contented cows chewing. :D


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Cow with a mouthful of grass, Ohio happy cows.
 

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Your way is a heck of alot easier than ours! Our cows would be contented in that green grass too :)
 

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Thanks Nicky, easier yes, but not nearly as impressive. Still, the same objective, moving cattle to grass. Always a good feeling.
 

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Nice pictures! Looks like nice rolling hill country there with lots of trees. Your way of moving your cows has always worked the best for me.
I drive mine more now because I can't afford to buy grain or cubes for them, but wish I could. I use to grain my bucking bred cows everyday
and would move them with grain. I had to shake the bucket a horseback and have them follow me a horseback if I wanted to stay alive. :D
 

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