On keeping one where it belongs, I had a bull giving my fence too much pressure between himself and heifers he wasn’t to breed. Ran a hot top with solar fencer and just happened to watch him test it with nose. Oh, happy days, it was satisfying watch him trot back to his designated herd like a good boy. I hate for the cattle to wallow up on the fence.That's a darn good price especially if she's bred. We hauled off one fence crawling 3 year old bred black cow to the sale and got $660. Hope the next owner has better luck keeping her where she belongs.
You must a neighbor. Same thing happens here regards the weather.Yes for sure! We were getting good rain up until July and we we've only had 1 really decent rain that actually just greened us back up but that was 2 weeks ago and not much since!
I usually rotate between 3 sections but when it started turning dry and brown I let them have it all. It's crazy because where I'm at its a probably a 30 or 40 mile radius that the rain just doesn't happen but all the way around us are getting a surplus!!!