I was helping an elderly cattle man move one of his herd bulls and as we were in process of getting him to the lott the bull would just stop and the elderly man would push on the bulls shoulders and/or stand right in front of the bull and push his head to where he needed it to go. At this point my stomach was in knots and i thought that i would throw up at any given secound. But it gets worse.... as we got the bull in the chute (that was covered on top by panels and tied down) he proceded to crawl down the chute with the bull and encourage him down the rest of the chute towards the trailer! The dam#$dest thing I have ever seen. I all but begged him not to do half of these stunts, but he never missed a beat. I know he's been at this alot longer than me BUT these practices will eventually get you killed one day. I'm not scared of bulls but i definately have learned to respect them and by the good graces of the dear lord I'm still around to talk about it. I spoke my mind about the whole bizzare episode to him afterward, but he just smiled and said "awe those are just big 4H pets. " It would be good for anyone reading this post to look up how many fatalites there were last year from pet bulls. It will make you stop and think the next time you are working these animales. I've vented and said my peace...please be safe!