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Re: Oh no! It's Friday

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The tractor vet

10-25-2013 16:07:39
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Oh you would have to talk about working with the cattle . One more thing to do YET , But could i send you a Eugene . He gets the cattle all worked up . Then the battle is on . To much running and yelling . Found out many a year ago if you just walk and talk it goes easier .




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Mike (WA)

10-25-2013 16:54:29
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 Re: Oh no! It's Friday in reply to The tractor vet, 10-25-2013 16:07:39  
Was trying to get yearlings into a truck with a neighbor- maybe we were getting a little "overwrought"- his wife said "just go in the house, I'll be in in a minute and make lunch." She sprinkled some grain up the chute into the truck. We watched during lunch- as some went in, we were ready to go out and chase the rest- she said "just sit down, and finish your lunch." And sure enough, they eventually all loaded themselves, and we closed the door behind them. Wife said "You guys are just way too serious about this. Just let it happen."

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rrlund

10-25-2013 16:17:10
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 Re: Oh no! It's Friday in reply to The tractor vet, 10-25-2013 16:07:39  
You got that right! Last year it took me almost a week,but no smashed gates,no broken bones. I've learned to just wait'em out. The creep feeders are in the corrals and when they come up and get around there,I just close the gate on'em. Then I'm set up so I can just crowd them where they need to go with another gate. The last one I caught today,there were four of them in there along with a spooky cow. She shot out and took three calves with her,but I just calmy closed the gate and took the one that was left. If I'd have taken after those other three,they'd have been the last ones I'd have caught this year for sure. I learned a long time ago,when you want to move cattle,you have to let them think it's their idea.

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