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For example I had my Simm-Angus bull out with my cows until he lost his concept of fence and ended up in with the neighbors' Charolais cows. So I sent him back to my brothers' place and brought back a Tarentaise bull 'for cleanup'. He's been here for a week and half and I've seen at least 4 cows showing signs of heat out of a group of 30. That kind of makes me nervous being that I'm only here to watch them a few hours per day.
 
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For example I had my Simm-Angus bull out with my cows until he lost his concept of fence and ended up in with the neighbors' Charolais cows. So I sent him back to my brothers' place and brought back a Tarentaise bull 'for cleanup'. He's been here for a week and half and I've seen at least 4 cows showing signs of heat out of a group of 30. That kind of makes me nervous being that I'm only here to watch them a few hours per day.
SO THEY GET TIRED OF THE SAME COWS, NOT OF BEEN WORKING OR WHEN CHANGE HIM NEED TO REST FOR A WILE TO CONTINUE WORKING. TANKS
 

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