Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Bye Bye Bully!

Update...the bull is on his way to meet his maker. We called the Vet and were going to take him to get looked at but there is nothing they can do and suggested selling him immediately. We knew he wasn't good anymore (for what we needed him for anyway) so I hauled him straight to the sale barn instead of the Vet clinic. I am just hoping that he "serviced" most of the cows in the pasture he was in.

15 comments:

Jamie said...

"RIP" Mr. Cow

Amber Kay said...

Jamie, your comment TOTALLY mede me giggle!
It's kind of like saying Mr. Woman.
If I woulnd't have lived on a farm while growing up, I probably wouldn't have known the difference either, so I'll forgive you on this one! ;O)

Tracy said...

"I am just hoping that he "serviced" most of the cows in the pasture he was in."

For some reason that made me laugh...poor cows that had to ENDURE that. UGH!

Kids and K9s said...

my condolences to all the ladies out in the pasture... I'm sure they will miss him dearly (o: .... ~ Kim

Midlife Mom said...

Oh me, oh my......I'm a farm girl but I've never seen anything quite like that before!!!!

nickernoodle said...

Poor cow. So when is the big barbeque?!

Pam said...

Whoa Nelly! Viagra gone bad for sure. I just wasn't expecting that when I clicked over here to visit you Chris! LOL

I'm back for a while now I think and just wanted to say hi to all my bloggity friends!

*~*Cece*~* said...

So will he be on the discount rack since he's broken?

Lori said...

That was funny.

I know all about that coming from a farm.
My parents do the same thing...take them to the sale barn.

Michelle said...

How embarrassing for Bully...to be on display at the sale barn in that condition. (I'd like to hear how the auctioneer introduces him.)

kristi at everyday woman said...

Auctioneer: "Well, lookee here, ladies and gents, here's one for the books! No guessing what your buying here today. What you see is what you get, and today we are going to give you a great deal on some ground beef! Let's just hope some lucky little heifer and him can remember a few memorable moments that put him in this condition. Now what'll ya bid?"

Teresa said...

Prime Rib anyone?

kdwhorses said...

That was the best thing to do. Thank goodness for sale barns! I hope you did get some bred cows though!

Just Mom said...

i have no comment

nickernoodle said...

Kristi, leave it to you to come up with that! You crack me up!