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Thursday, January 15, 2009

Saying Goodbye

To my fence jumping, half deer, half cow...cow.
I've loaded her up in the old stock trailer and hauled her
to the sale barn.

I cannot stand the thought of her wandering onto a major road, being hit and hurting someone.
Just a part of raising animals...not all things work out as you would like.

I'm pretty sure I will not miss my late night escapades with her. :)


Anonymous said...

You scared me! From the title of this post I thought you were signing of! I sure would miss reading you.

cowgirl said...

Jeff, that's nice of you to say. Thank you!

Sorry I scared ya!

Anonymous said...

Why didn't you just eat her?


cowgirl said...

lol Ken, She would have made a nice big batch of jerky. :)

Anonymous said...

beef, it's what's for dinner... :-D

cowgirl said...

Mike, she woulda been kinda tough from all of that running around. :)

Mark said...

She looks absolutely... delicious.

Sometimes they are more trouble than they're worth. Sleep well, hun!

cowgirl said...

Thanks Mark,
You know...I do feel a bit more relaxed this evening knowing I do not have to worry about her. :)

Nate said...

If she would be too tough to eat, what would someone buy her for, breeding?How much does a cow go for?

cowgirl said...

She would make good burger for fast food chains. lol just kidding. :)
She was purchased by a rancher since she is bred. I did warn him about why I was selling her. He didn't seem to mind. :)

Anonymous said...

Wow what timing. I just did that with a bull calf on Monday. I don't know who was annoying more me or the Sheriff. As they say, sell one off and another in the next year seasons birth will take their place. Only I hope the one I select will be just a little more inclined to stay on the right side of the fence.

cowgirl said...

Glad to hear I'm not the only one....well not really glad. lol
Sorry you had to sell your fence jumper too Dave! :)