Moving the big boys into pens

Gorgeous fall day in Montana with one of those pesky Winter Storm warnings on the horizon.


It’s time to gather up the coming two-year-old bulls and move them into pens for winter.


Bulls are ready to come in and be pampered.


Spent all summer out grazing. It’s time to relax and be catered to.


It’s about that time don’t ya think?


Where is that feed truck?


Got all the bulls together.


Here we go!


Jared turning bulls through the gate on the 4-wheeler.

Girls and I are providing back up support in the Tahoe.

Next stop, bulls pens.


Gate sorting bulls.

Thirty to a pen.

Four pens of 2-year-olds.


Checking out water at top of pen first.


Next set of bulls heading back up to top pens.


Two little girls, all in pink, playing in the dirt behind the fence don’t faze these guys.


Well, hello there!


Enjoying the fall colors on the Yellowstone while they last. Everything in sight will be white tomorrow.


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