by Lee Pitts
I’ve learned a few things from cows and cowboys over the years, such as . . .
Good veterinarians are hardly ever on time.
It doesn’t pay to be a tightwad when it comes to buying a horse, vaccines, a good cow dog or feeding the replacement heifers. Buy the cheapest bulls and you’ll sell the cheapest calves.
Never let the lady from Pooch Pampadours, the local sheep shearer, or the gardener give you a haircut. You’ll either get fleas, your hair will look like a topiary poodle or it will take a year to grow out.… Read the rest