I was planning on leaving the girls up at Joe's for another month or so. But, being the generous man he is, he welcomed another rancher to bring in some cows. We could have left them, but I didn't want to spend the energy to dig them out of a larger bunch. So, as they say, might as well get while the getting is good.
Here's the new girls: about 20 head of red replacement heifers. Nice cows.
After Chief and I rode around a bit for fun, we found our girls in another pasture hanging in the trees.
Super simple trail up the fence line.
And into the corrals.
Then we got backed up to Joe's fancy load out.
And walked the girls in. Nice and easy.
Let's go home.
Beneath these western skies.
It's all good. We needed to bring the cows home anyway. They'll be happy here with all the grass/alfalfa they want. Only three critters left. This'll give me plenty of opportunity to drive out into the prairie to throw them hay. Can't beat it with a stick.