We went to watch them sell in Brooks and we got there just as they were finished. They went through a lot faster than Neil thought they would but we did pretty good on them even if we didn't get the stress of watching them sell.
Afterwards we went shopping and I got a new office chair for my birthday. It was a little more expensive than I thought, but Neil was determined we buy it in Brooks and only one store had any choice so that's where we got it at.
When we got home, the cows had gotten out of course cause the fence on one side is not very good, but it just goes into another field which wasn't a problem, but when they moved the cows, they left the gate open, so there were cows in the yard again. Its no wonder I wanted a fence around the lawn, sure was glad of that when we got home.
Just put up a short video of what it sounds like around here. I am hoping by tomorow most of the cows will have wandered away and it will be only a few stragglers left mooing in yard. Sure liked how we did it when i worked at the ranch, we weaned the calves and moved them to another yard and the cows only hung around a day and a half maybe cause there was noone bawling back. And the calves hardly ever made a noise cause no cows to bawl at them. I think weaning is more stressful on the cows than the calves.