A man who gives his children habits of industry provides for them better than by giving them fortune.

— Richard Whately

Conclusion to the “Wild Calves” Story

Remember those “wild calves” I described in the following weblog entries:

here’s “the rest of the story.”

The owners decided they really weren’t the right type of cattle for their operation and decided to sell them. They called the auction owner to come over and haul them to the auction. Today they told me they were easily able to get them into the corral and load them, three groups at a time, into the trailer. The auction owner commented on how easily they loaded! These were animals you couldn’t even get within a quarter of a mile of six weeks earlier!

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