Originally Posted by DairyFarmGirl55
Oh my gosh! Its neat to see someone else who does that with their cattle! I've had quite a few heifers over the years I've rode. As a kid I thought it would be fun to teach them to jump... my dad was not happy when we couldn't keep them in since they could jump all the fences (with nice form I may add) lol. Since we have a dairy farm and milk 2x a day, I would also ride one of the cows to bring the other cows down to the barn. It really made me appreciate riding my horses because they are so much smarter and smoother!
i loved training that cow before I was able to get hands on her the owners had her locked up in a small disgusting horse stall she knew nothing everyone was actually afraid of her XP so within like two days I had her halterd up and in the next week I was able to lead her... kind of lol shed nose goober on you if she was mad and didnt wonna go somwhere.. and training in the arena.. my gosh everyday id end up coming home with muddy sandy pants lol because she would take off and I wouldnt let go so I was drug on my arse a few times.. in the end a little 5 year old could walk her.. all in the matter of 4-5 months