Thursday, September 15, 2011


   We have had some cold weather and rain the last couple days. We still have a little bit of hay on the ground to bale.  We just needed half a day of warm weather and we would be finished with the haying. Man it was quite the shock for the body when the temperature drops from the lows 80 to the low 50s in a day.
  Today we went out early this morning to do some scouting for deer and antelope. Hunting season starts in acouple weeks. We will be guiding hunters. It should be a good time, and hard work.
    We went and picked up one of our heifers from the neighbors. They missed sorting her out of their steers that went to the sale barn. So she got a ride to Torrington and back. When we picked her up she was kinda riled up. She wasn't on the fight but it wouldn't have taken much for her to be. Lets just say we kept an eye on her.
Until next time take care


Jinglebob said...

Just think, if there wasn't brand inspection, maybe she wouldn't have come back home.

2browndawgs said...

Good luck with the guiding. My husband has been to Wyoming antelope hunting a few times. Long trip, but he enjoyed it.

Sarah said...

poor girl! She was probably ticked off about the emotional rollercoaster. Shoved on a truck, thinks she's being forced to move from her lovely home, and suddenly finds herself alone on the truck, "Oh my gosh....where's my herd???? I'm going to DIE!" And then suddenly dropped back off at home again. I guess I'd be a little moody too. lol
The weather is spectacular!!!! I'm chomping at the bit to get out and enjoy it!