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post #1 of 2 Old 05-17-2009, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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Get along little doggie

Yesterday we had our annual spring cattle drive when we move our cows and calfs to the summer pastures. We have 4 to 6 freinds that come every year and help herd them by horse back. Most years it goes off without a hitch but this time one cow decided she wasn't leaving home for any reason. I decided to let her stay here and we'd herd the rest to pasture then come back for the old bat that wanted to stay. Turned into a real experiance for a few of our freinds that old cow tryed every trick she knew to avoid coming out of the woods and swamps but after about an hour of teaching some young horses new moves she decided to just give up and went along nice as could be. I told my wife she just wanted to show everyone she could make those horses look bad if she wanted to
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post #2 of 2 Old 05-17-2009, 08:52 PM
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The ornery cows are the most fun :] really lets you put your horse through their paces.

I always look forward to when we take the bulls off the cows... Now there are some fun arguments!

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