AUDIO: The case of the purloined grain
by Brent Gill, South Valley Correspondent
July 4, 2014
• There’s a lot of “spirit” to this audio essay
• Buffaloing the 1,200-pound bull
The Red-Eyed cow comes up, but Ghost butts her away.
So she goes around to the other side and leans in toward the pan.
Even though there is no grain in the pan, Ghost is not having any part of sharing with her.
She butts back a little and gets her nose into the pan, only to find it empty.
Don’t call cattle dumb. They are much craftier than you may think, as you’ll hear in this audio essay by Brent Gill….
Brent Gill, a broadcaster and South Valley rancher, shares his observations weekly about running a small ranching business with CVBT listeners.
His written column is published Wednesdays in the Porterville Recorder.
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