Farmer Gold has no trouble getting them moving. They are pretty wild and wary of him and his 4-wheeler. His problem is getting them to go where he wants! They already have found a nice shady spot with yummy lush grass they like. Maybe once they munch the grass down, they will move on naturally to another spot. He envisions moving them from paddock to paddock intentionally, but I suspect he will discover it's far easier to just make the adjacent lush paddock available and they will move on their own. He could help them along by filling water troughs and putting out salt licks in the new paddock.

He's in Northern Vermont, so he's going to have an interesting time convincing them his barn is a nice place to hang out over the winter. I warned him cattle were going to be a whole new ball game from raising ducks and geese. He has all of his ducks trained to go in their house when he yells: "All ducks go to bed." at dusk. Dairy cows that want to be milked twice a day are trainable. Free-range beef cattle, not so much.


We're flying electric helicopters on Mars yet you can't turn on your clothes dryer in Texas. That's because scientists are in charge of Mars, and Republicans are in charge of Texas.