Pain in the A$$ pair

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Re: Pain in the A$$ pair

Postby BRYANT » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:24 am

Craig Miller wrote:
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SchenkAngusFarm wrote:I've got one yesterday that I'm now having attitude problems with. She's a great cow phenotypically but she won't go in the chute anymore and she can fit.

I'm going to send her out. Can't deal with it.

Just takes a little elec. on her back side and she will go in the shoot.


Or straight up and over the top.

I'm kinda surprised at how many people say ship her.

depends on how your corrals are, she's not going over the top of mine. That maybe the reason I don't get real concern with wild cattle, I have a set of pens to work them in that they are not' getting out of.
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Re: Pain in the A$$ pair

Postby slick4591 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:16 pm

One of the things I learned early on on this board was when you feed them make the only exit thru the chute. I've done this and it has made my life easier.
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