Dealing with some bull

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Dealing with some bull

Postby SA-TX » Wed Jul 26, 2017 10:35 pm

Literally. :biggrinjester: Some cattle escaped from the property behind my house today and a bull (I guess because it had horns) and a couple of cows were grazing in my back yard. While I appreciate them eating some weeds, they also left divits just from their weight given the rain we've had. I can only imagine.rhe damage they could do when angry.

This is in the LEO section because I called the Ellis County SO's animal control unit. I tried finding the owners first but no one answered my knocks on a few doors and the No Tresspassing and Protected by Smith & Wesson signs made me reluctant to poke around too much. The officer was great and was able to find the cattle and owner quickly. I only wish I'd gotten the owner's number in case they escape again. Well done ECSO!

I have a pic but I can't get the "add file" option working from my phone.

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Re: Dealing with some bull

Postby WTR » Wed Jul 26, 2017 10:48 pm

SA-TX wrote:Literally. :biggrinjester: Some cattle escaped from the property behind my house today and a bull (I guess because it had horns) and a couple of cows were grazing in my back yard. While I appreciate them eating some weeds, they also left divits just from their weight given the rain we've had. I can only imagine.rhe damage they could do when angry.

This is in the LEO section because I called the Ellis County SO's animal control unit. I tried finding the owners first but no one answered my knocks on a few doors and the No Tresspassing and Protected by Smith & Wesson signs made me reluctant to poke around too much. The officer was great and was able to find the cattle and owner quickly. I only wish I'd gotten the owner's number in case they escape again. Well done ECSO!

I have a pic but I can't get the "add file" option working from my phone.

SA-TX


Cows can have horns, Bulls can be polled.( hornless).
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Re: Dealing with some bull

Postby Liberty » Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:03 am

It's not the difference is not horns between Cow and Bull and Steer.
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Re: Dealing with some bull

Postby Jusme » Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:31 am

Liberty wrote:It's not the difference is not horns between Cow and Bull and Steer.




Yeah, it's not the "sticker outers" it's the "hanger downers" :biggrinjester:
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Re: Dealing with some bull

Postby SA-TX » Thu Jul 27, 2017 9:38 am

Jusme wrote:
Liberty wrote:It's not the difference is not horns between Cow and Bull and Steer.




Yeah, it's not the "sticker outers" it's the "hanger downers" :biggrinjester:


I had heard that but it took away from the fun of the headline. :) There was some hangin'...


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