The morning was filled with hauling and sorting the last of the worked calves. Every load hauled out makes the farm a little bit more still. I love when the cows come home for the winter, as much as I love when the last load gets hauled out for summer pasture. It feels like a big sigh.
Afternoon consists of moving the bull’s home, Colton comes home to help. The bulls have less than 5 miles to trek but bulls have nowhere to be and are on their own time so it takes about 2.5 hours to move them. Dogs and 4-wheelers meander behind the snorting, mass of Charolais and Angus bulls.
The boys end the day by putting mineral salt into one of our summer pasture pieces.