- Feb 11, 2005
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You used your head. Sometimes with cows, wait, MOST TIMES WITH COWS, a little patience goes a long ways.The winter storm was late arriving. When we went to bed at 10 there still wasn't any snow. Got up this morning it was snowing and blowing. When I fed this morning there was 12-15 cows on the wrong side of the river....... oh boy. This is going to be a joy herding them down stream 300 yards to the crossing on the quad in the blowing snow. I pulled down to the crossing in the feed truck, honked the horn, sat there and slowly they came down and crossed the river. Once across the river they ran to the feed row. Cows.......
That's what you get for your ragging about no wind. lolBig Muddy will be happy to know that the wind blew hard enough here today that it blew the flag pole and all out of the bracket. I found it about 80 feet from the light pole. I went out to check the cows and came back to find the wife up the ladder putting the flag back up.