Your gonna regret selling her!
I ALMOST sold Seven. Glad I didn't. She will be along with a calf late spring early summer. Those bottle babies take a while to get up to size, but they sure grow on ya. BFFL!
Seems like use to I could load those old cows up and not think much of it. Now if they have been around a few years, been good cows I hate to see them go, but that is part of the business. That still doesn't help much.Last load we took to the sale barn I cried. We took half went back with the other half. They kept looking at us knowing it wasn't right. It was so SAD!!! I had them all named, eating out of our hands, the kids hands, they were good cows. My daughter had fell slipped off side the cattle trailer the one cow was beside her, she step over to guard her. Them cows were barely weaned when we got them and our children was still in diapers they were baby's together. Angus may have the fancy papers better money... they aren't as friendly as some other breeds. Than again depends how they are raised. Just like "petbulls" or another other breed dog versus a mutt.
Love the name Seven. I want name our next mini that.... they thought seven wasn't girly enough.
Not even a little bit funny.Husband said its time he is going to take our orphan calf Chevy to the sale....
How funny is it going to be when I go buy her back. Haha
Not even a little bit funny.
I'm sure the 2 of you have discussed why.
I'd be OK with you putting in 1 bid and only 1 bid (either the 2nd or 3rd) and hope it doesn't end up being the last bid.