The breed bulls are out.

As much as I hate cattle in general, at least the cows and calves are nothing to be afraid of. Meeting a bull while on foot can be positively dangerous, they’re rarely all that impressed by noisy gunfire, and if I’m ever forced to shoot one there’ll be hell to pay. So this is the part of “the cattle are out” that I really dislike.

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8 Responses to The breed bulls are out.

  1. Spud says:

    Just get between a momma cow and her calf , and you’ll find out how dangerous a cow can be. A cow keeps her eyes open when she charges. Whereas a bull will lower his head and loses eye contact , and is much easier to evade.
    Been there done that lol

  2. Joel says:

    Not these inbred things. I’ve seen dogs attack calves with their mothers right there on two occasions. Not saying that the cows were indifferent or anything, on one occasion she threw a foam-spattered fit. But it didn’t scare the dog. The other cow was completely clueless: lowered her head as if to butt but then just stood there, didn’t even try to get between the dogs and the calf. Far as I can see they’ve had the brains bred right out of them like chickens.

    But bulls are different. Don’t know how smart they are but I do know they’re really mean.

  3. Mark Matis says:

    It is truly a shame that Laddie did not get to enjoy some Rocky Mountain oysters, although that probably would have resulted in a flying lesson for him.

  4. Ben says:

    Can an ebike outrun a bull?

  5. Joel says:

    Probably. You’d be praying the whole time you didn’t hit any sand pits. But I doubt they can run full-out all that far.

  6. Bear Spray ? Patrick

  7. Anonymous says:

    Aw, but patrickfowler, bear spray will interfere with the bull’s sense of smell, which makes it more difficult for him to do his “job.”

  8. Leigh. says:

    Ever considered a few flash bangs?

To the stake with the heretic!