Breezy2011, she isn't alone, she has 2 pasture mates, and they don't chase the cattle!! I just chased her across pasture a little while ago, she was doing it again <UGH>. I couldn't catch her or she would be in the barn by now. (plus the ice on top of the snow makes an interesting challenge in itself
Elana, I asked my in-law the same thing, the only reason he has her is because I have my 3. I've been trying to get him to get rid of her for nearly 2 years, no one around us wants her, because they've seen what she's like.
Sharpie, I agree, she's cost me nearly $1,000 in fencing alone this summer on into winter now. And now I have to wonder the woods in order to find my loose cattle, she's caused a real mess. I would love to spare the bullet....and i'm getting awful close to doing it myself. I think she'd make a good horse if someone would put the time and effort into her.
Thank you everyone for your thoughts and ideas.