The purpose of a cow/calf operation is to get the calves on the truck. One usually holds his breath until the trucks leave the yard. Well this happy day came and went for Jason and Bonnie Kuhbacher on Monday. They gathered the neighbors and called the priest just to make sure they had all their bases covered.
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Round-up began at first light
A good 400 pairs we pulled together
You only get one shot at the corrals so you better make it count
All hands on deck
Everything is done on horse back 'round here, even the cutting
The buyer making his count
Jason bidding his farewells
Three loaded truck then hit the road back to Sioux Falls.
It was the driest year in memory for most of the folks in these parts. I told Jason it's probably better in the long run to start out with a tough year rather than an easy year. Now he knows that with the help of God's grace he can handle anything that comes his way. Well done good and faithful servant.
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