It was a busy, busy week here on the ranch.
I got a GoPro and used it to capture some of the footage and also wore it around as more of a fashion statement because I forgot to put the memory card back in it… I hauled some mineral, did some lip syncing, and backed a long flatbed trailer into its parking place. I also cooked for a crew of ranchers attending a grazing school. On the menu was Hot Beef Sundaes and a delicious mixed berry crisp turned mixed berry soup.
We moved pairs (a couple times) and pulled the last of the bulls bringing breeding season 2019 to a close. I’m honestly surprised I squeezed all that plus our shenanigans in and kept it under 20 minutes. 🤔😂
PS – You might notice I’m wearing the same shirt on no less than three different days in this video. No, I didn’t wash it. It’s my favorite, so it’s fine.
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Michelle Wilczek says
Fellow cattle farmer here in western Oklahoma and I am so excited to find someone who has used garlic in their mineral to control flies. This is something I have been pondering for a while and I’m going to have to try it out next summer. Thanks for you videos! I enjoy seeing how others do things and learning how I can improve our cattle heard.
Thanks for your kind words! The garlic mineral has seemed to help with our fly situation. And, I’m a huge fan of garlic, so I’m not sad about the garlicky smell when I put out mineral. hehe!