angus9259":2eiggi7e said:CPL":2eiggi7e said:As some of you know, I go to school 5 hours away from where my cows are at. If I were to market every cow that ran around like that when they saw me I wouldn't have any cows.
Even some of my best disposition cows will react the same way as the bull in the first video when I take them to a new pasture or pen, or put out a round bale.
Holy Moses . . . you need some new cows! Prices are up . . . . take em all to market so you have no cows . . . take the check to the bank and buy when the prices fall. Financial wizardry and a lot better cows.
My cows are fine, but they do get excited easily.
We dropped my cows off at a good friends to get bred this past summer. In a large pasture with 30 + or - other cows, I hollered once and they ran to the edge of the fence.
I think I'll keep my cows, but I won't mistake excitement/ boredom for bad temperament.