Home on the range
They did the talking, the helping, the learning, and the paying. It promises to be a big investment in time and money. Hopefully their pasture raised Black Angus will be profitable. Because increasing numbers of people want to know where their food comes from, we think they will do quite well.
And helped with the castration too. Ouch!
J3 thought he was a little up close and personal for this procedure!
The calf didn't feel sorry for him in the least.
Then they were loaded up and delivered.
Final instructions from the rancher and their adventure has begun.
They still look a little lost ( the calves not the boys, ok, well maybe both) Hopefully that won't last long.
They look good out there.