Anyhow, to the subject of this post: if she was a few weeks younger she would have been able to back out easily. A few weeks older and she never would have gotten her head through. They grow up SO fast.
Anyhow, today was "cattle day". We moved them last night into the field with the corral (last years project, although it still needs work). Today was weighing, pour on dewormer (scratch one $100 bottle of dewormer, but its the dung beetle friendly type), castration banding and association tetanus antidote injections for two of the boys.
We are up to 23 head of cattle now, feeling like the herd is just about the right size. We will need to find a home for Larry, Borka has an appointment we need to make, and if the new butcher is fair, we will be selling Curly and Moe for meat.