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Couple things learned while working cattle
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OntarioCanuck
Posted 10/16/2020 18:56 (#8549185 - in reply to #8549107)
Subject: RE: Couple things I’ve learned while working cattle


North of London
Some people and configurations make loading pigs a problem but there is an easy way to do it it things are designed correctly and you have the patience and skill to move them correctly.

Sometimes you just have to wait a moment with a pig and let them see where they want to go and then keep them going.

That said I had a big boar that needed to leave one time.
Took 3 weeks to finally get him on the trailer.
My patience was wearing thin and I was getting ready to get the rifle and then drag him out for the dead stock truck.
He did finally see where he wanted to go and I closed the trailer door in a hurry
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