An enjoyable stroll around the pastures brought me to the hay ring where our favored boy was enjoying his breakfast. I thought it would be fun to snap a quick shot of him using my phone but he wasn’t paying me any attention. I stepped closer, no response. Closer still, only a disinterested look. I played with his ear – but he only continued eating. I rubbed his head and finally he pulled back & looked at me.
He grew into a large 2500-lb bull and still as docile as he can be. RancherMan always scratches his head as we walk through the pastures. I love having such a docile bull in our herd. ♥ him!
Other Ranching Articles
- Successful Obedience Training For Our Ranch Dog
- What Working From Home REALLY Means (and what it DOESN’T)
- Ranching: A Good Life, But A HARD Life
- The Sad Side Of Ranching
- A Glimpse Into Our Texas Homestead
- How We Came To Our NE Texas Homestead
- A Pictorial Tour Of Our 1880’s Barn
- Temporary Cattle Stocking For Flexibility
- How Much Is Your Reflection In The Mirror Worth?
- Building Life With Our Own Two Hands
- Why Bother With This ‘Homesteading’ Thing??!!
- Whispers Of Past Lives Lived On Our Land
- Milking My First Cow – Using Fresh Milk
- Easily Separating Cream From Raw Milk
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