Neighboring bulls fighting tore my fence down and stomped the wire into the ground. No, it was not my bulls fighting their bulls; it was about six miles from my bull pasture. Rented that place years ago and still use it for a heifer pasture because it is six miles from the bulls! Good thought, isn’t it? Well, nothing to do but repair the fence and hope nothing else happened. Tom’s bulls had escaped their home and attacked the bulls nextdoor to them. They all left home and, finding an open gate, deposited themselves in the pasture adjoining mine.
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Opinion, Pages 6 on 09/07/2011
Print Headline: Don't let tempers rule when dealing with bulls