A righteous man cares for the needs of his animal, but the kindest acts of the wicked are cruel.

— Proverbs 12:10

Photos Working at a Backgrounding Yard North of Bolivar

Richard and I enjoyed a lovely January day working calves. Here’s Richard moving the group to the back of the pen before taking them out the other end.

They are on the move out of the pen now.

And here they are through the gate.

Now pressuring this group against the back again to move them to the other end.

Richard and Sam had a great time working together!

After we vaccinated this group, Richard explains to Sam how to settle them after working.

Then Richard settled this group of newly received calves and explained to Sam and Justin what he did.

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