We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.

— Aristotle

Richard does a great job of mowing our new yard with the riding mower, but there’s a bit of area between our old and our new house that’s lush with Johnsongrass, clover, etc. etc. that he just hated mowing! So, we built a roundabout polywire to protect areas like the garden and the hydrant, and Richard drove the cows in!

At first he had trouble starting them as they were full and shaded up. But, he got this little group going . . .
. . . and then went back for more.
They all followed the good movement!
View from the new house toward the old house and the cows enjoying their new feast.
It's nice to have flexibility when grazing your livestock!

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