(he looks like going in the ditch but there really is an approach there)
Its not a big piece, but its all tame grass and they get a lot more rain than we get so it holds a lot of cows. The trucker was coming about noon so about 10 we went out and got them in, Neil had sorted them out a week ago. And we separated cows and calves and bulls too. We ended up with 47 cows, 46 calves and 2 bulls. We could not see another calf anywhere bauling and so we hauled them up and figured wed look up there as we mothered them up to find the one who doesn't have a calf and take her back home. We never heard anything in the field the last few days bauling so I don't know what happened there.
(odd pic of the calves in Neils trailer)
(My truck and trailer in lots of grass)
We got loaded and up there about 4 and let them out, left them in the corral for half our or so and no noise whatsoever so we looked through them, we saw what might have been a dry cow but hard to tell for me in a corral. So we let them out and went home, stopped in Stettler at Smitty's for supper even though we were not entirely clean but we were hungry.
(Neil witching for water while waiting for cows)
We had to leave the bulls behind, not enough room, kinda sucked but Neil went up with them early the next morning which turned out goo cause he could check on them cows and there still wasn't an unhappy cow up there. So he left them and looked at home and nothing crying here either, so I guess all is well.
(the cows love the trees to rub off bugs)
(happy cows and calves in long grass)
We took all cows with heifer calves up there and the plan is to just take them to the Stettler Auction Market in October on the way home, rather than haul them home and then a few days later haul them to town. We are hoping it will only take one trip home that way.