Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Higgins, TX. YeeHaw!!
GH, with cattle like that, unless you have a specially designed chute, pretty much the only option is a couple of cowboys with ropes. While some of them with the shorter horns can run up in a regular chute by tipping their head where their horns point up and down, when they get to a certain length, that's just not possible anymore.
And I can tell you, you have to be one heck of a hand with a rope to get one on those horns that span more than about 5 feet.
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