Well, here was today's version at NoDak Herefords (minus the rhyme since I don't have that talent) ...
There was a herd of Herefords who were ready to move to the next pasture...
It was easy to move them. Mark just had to open the gate and they eagerly moved to this pasture with grass up past their bellies and water almost everywhere!
The trouble was - the fence needed to be repaired to hold them in. (We don't know why they would need out with all of this grass, but history tells us they will!) We have had so much rain this spring that we are unable to drive around this pasture with our usual fencing pickup. We also use our 4 wheeler for that job and have rigged it up to haul a roll of barbed wire along with a basket to hold supplies such as fencing staples and clips. So, today Mark took off with the 4 wheeler to fence. Brett used the loader tractor to haul fence posts and installed a few of them. I was "on call" should they need extra help.
I don't know why he thought he could drive through this area ... (guess he thought he could float)
Notice how the cows are in the background keeping an eye on him.
guess it was a little wet there too! Could it be because he was just on the edge of the same slough as his father?!
Sunk axle deep and spinning. They had to call me again to bring a bigger tractor.
I don't have a photo of the set up with the bigger tractor so I will explain. The cattle are still watching this operation! The 4 wheeler is tied to the loader tractor. The loader tractor is tied to the big tractor. Mark was stranded on the 4 wheeler (since he was surrounded by water). I drove the loader tractor and Brett pulled all of us out with the big tractor. What a sight!
SO, we drove the big tractor to pull the loader tractor to pull the 4 wheeler. I don't know why the 4 wheeler thought it could get through the water.