Keep your hat on your head, your hands in your pockets, and your mouth shut!

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Loading Cattle at the Addision Oklahoma Ranch

Tina and I spent Friday evening and Saturday visiting with Bud and Eunice Williams and then drove to Oklahoma to Jerry Addision’s ranch there to help them load out seven loads of heifers. What great experience!

Dawn gave me some pointers.

Walk toward them, let them go by you, pressure a little, release a little, and up they go! We loaded those seven trucks in just over two hours.

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