The Never Ending Job – Fencing

Fencing is a fall and spring job that has to be done on a ranch.  It is part of fall and spring housekeeping.  Fences have to be fixed to keep the cattle where they belong and to manage the land so the land is not over used. Fencing became an important and needed part ofContinue reading “The Never Ending Job – Fencing”

Bulls…and more bulls

Males, particularly males of the bovine species, can be very irritating and time consuming. Bulls seem to be uncontrollable starting in late March and ending in November. You never know where or when they have gone gallivanting off. You think they are in your pasture, especially made for bulls, but when you look there isContinue reading “Bulls…and more bulls”

The Contraption

con·trap·tion [kuh n-trap-shuhn] a mechanical contrivance; gadget; device. Have you ever built something that turned out not quite as intended?  Well, from time to time I have built some things which cost a lot of time, do actually work, but really need improvement. For example, consider my recent stab at a “portable fence corner.”  DependingContinue reading “The Contraption”

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