Perfection is never achieved, but excellence can be.

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Since we hadn’t had a chance to film working cattle in our newly expanded corral system, we decided to put the calves in and do some sorting. Richard drove the calves into the corral from the west (top) and through the first pen into the east pen.

Then he put them back into the west pen.

And then back from the west pen into the east pen.

This way he could let them get used to going by him and also find which direction they wanted to go.

Since they went from east to west best, he start sorting the black calves off from the white-face calves going east to west.

There’s the last black calf.

And here they are nicely sorted and calm as can be.

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