Yes, actually, there is a reason I do not want to sell him...about a week ago, I saw him flip and toss a calf; today I saw him roll one of the cows...all this happened at feeding time and because the cow was standing in the wrong place at the wrong time...neither cow nor calf was injured, but I cannot tolerate that behavior in a small herd or take a chance that an animal or person will be injured by him...(he might decide that I am in the wrong place one morning). I feel it would be unethical to pass this on to an unknowing buyer either at the saleyard or by private treaty. He's got horns too. (BTW, he's not the bull in the avatar picture). No one wants a bad-*** bull. I've decided that he'll leave here, alive or dead, but he WILL go...I just have to figure out what my best option is and move ahead with it. Thanks for helping me think this one through.