We knew he was in there… somewhere… but in our one leased pasture that wins multiple awards for having the most hidey holes, draws, gullies, trees, rocks, hills, valleys, and brush, he was difficult to find. Bulls can be excellent hide-and-go-seek players. Since his job was complete and he wasn’t hurting anything… we had put him on the back burner.
Oh, one of us might drive through on the narrow two tracks, spotting hoof marks in the dust… but we hadn’t spotted him until recently. Brandon pushed him in to the small fenced area around the cabin and we hauled in the horse trailer to load him up.
Add a few portable fence panels and we’re ready. Now we need that bull.
See how well the tall sagebrush can hide a 2,000 pound bull and my tallest son?
With Vernon, Daniel, Brandon and I all in place, the bull walks casually to the horse trailer.
Making it look easy… He walks in, Brandon and Daniel hustle to shut the gates and we’ve captured our long “lost” bull once again. He’ll join the other “boys” in a casual laid back lifestyle until we need him.Find me here!