Chase herded this weekend. Susan’s cow, Gracie planted herself right in the line of the crossdrive.
He asked her to move away, but she was having none of his sass.
Chase thought he had handled the matter and went back to his sheep. That’s when Gracie charged him. Susan gave permission to get rid of the cow.
Now, back to work. Note to cows: do not mess with the Chaseman when he is on a mission.
Do I see soon to be prime rib? Good job Chase.
WOW! The shot of Chase and cow eye-to-eye should end up in the Nat’l photo contest! The is a fabulous shot!
Where was he when I needed him this morning? I only had to move a calf that is a few months old. Just one of those my little guys could have handled it, but I was afraid that they would just think that they had died and gone to heaven in that manure filled pen. Luckily the momma cow came in to get her son when I had him moved out of the pen.
Love to eye to eye shot w/ that cow. Caption contest in the making!
And potential corgi adopters don’t believe me when I try to explain how “strong willed” a corgi can be and tell them that this dog thinks nothing of taking on something that weighs more than my car and is the relative size of a Mac truck! Duh! No whimps here!
I love this. LOVE! LOVE seeing them do what they were bred to do.
Priceless photo series! Chase is da man!