Monthly Archives: July 2014

Damage to gate by bull

Ok, somebody has got to go away. Reno has slowly destroyed one of our gates. It needed replacing, so maybe I should thank him for ripping it out for me, but I would have like to have done it on my schedule, not his. Dratted bull!

Our neighbors have some Longhorn cattle and a bull, so Reno thinks he should be with them and our little herd. Needless to say, the neighbors aren’t too crazy about that, but no matter how the fence between is fixed, Reno goes through it like it doesn’t exist.

So, hopefully, he is going home. We really just don’t have a place to keep him right now

Here’s a few snapshots of the now defunct gate…

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Little dun bull calf – 5 weeks old

Here’s a few photos of the dun bull calf that I took this morning. He’s looking good. Healthy, running around and enjoying life. We are considering keeping him and selling his dam after he is weaned at around 6 months old. I will be looking for a Dexter cow that enjoys people and is easy to milk.

New Dexter bull calf

Twila had her bull calf on June 20, a nice looking dun bull calf. He is by Blue Creek Elliott, who is now in Parachute, CO.