This weekend Secret Agent Man took the opportunity to move some cows over to a new pasture. Quite frankly this is just not a favorite activity of mine. A few years ago we had a herd that were....well, "drifters". I think that is being kind. They wouldn't stay in a fence and if we tried to move them, they were uncooperative.
This time I made sure I had my
trusty broomstick farming utensil and flip-flops muck boots at the ready.
*The farming utensil is for guidance only, not actually for touching the animal. However, if I could use it like a magic wand that would be helpful.*
Here we go....you can tell she is interested.
She doesn't like having her picture taken either.
Safe and secure on the hillside with fresh grass.
"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you are a thousand miles from a corn field."
Dwight D. Eisenhower