After several months of grazing corn stalks, it's time to bring the cattle home for the winter. The place has been winterized and is ready to go.
The cattle hear the four-wheeler and start grouping together and heading for the gate.
This fifteen-year old cow weaned a big bull calf this year and is still going strong.
The cows get some mineral supplementation while out grazing stalks. They will continue to be offered tubs throughout the winter months.
The cows make the mile-walk home.
Here I am standing on the road, directing the cows into the ditch to get to the lot close to home.
Here is my dad bringing the cattle up on his four-wheeler.
BEEF Daily Editor Amanda Radke shares photographs of moving cattle home from the cornfields after a winter storm.
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