Thats a lot of bull
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This less than friendly fellow was obviously less than happy that we were there to check him out. He has an injury on the right front leg and flank. You can see the red area of open wound. It turned out to be very superfiscial, so no treatment required, but will need to check for signs of infection until it is closed up. The stress involved in treating such a small wound on this animal can do him much more harm than to just leave it to heal on it's own.
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What a handsome chap!
Yeah buddy! :)
Same thing my dad and grandfather distilled into my DNA about the harm it can due...Though I always was the 1st to run in and say one of the cows has an injury and they are bleeding basically came with a shrug of the shoulders...lol.
WOW - That's one real heavy weight Champion!!!
"Why is everybody looking at me like they have a BBQ with my name on it?" ;D LOL!
Excellent Capture Jim! :)
ui.. respect for this bull .. wonderful photo Jim !
Not exactly friendly expression...
He's giving you that look :o) Great capture!!
A delightful and tough expression
I could imagine having to sedate a bull before even getting close to many of the them. that is a lot of BULL Jim
Thanks for the laugh Jim
That look is enough to make me stay way the hell away from him, not a Happy Camper there. Cool shot Jim
Sometimes these frisky fellows just want,what they want and thats all there is to it!
Don't believe your camera was on his agenda Jim.
Wonderful photo of this awesome bull.
Love and Hugs.
wonderful animal.I love to look at it...from far!
what a big animal ! Very strong muscles and strength of a colossus!
looks like half-a-ton of angry potraost there
Fantastic capture of this bull , you did great Jim. This brings back memories as my grandfather raised cattle on his farm when I was a boy
This is a marvelous capture Jim,fabulous and strong animal, loved it!
He looks very impressive and this is a great shot of him Jim. I don't think he wants you any closer though.....
Did you make a hasty retreat Jim? Hope he is having a good life and that his wounds heal well.
excellent capture, love the title, he's not happy at all! great work!:)*5
Awww poor thing no wonder he looks a little bit sad, hope he heals soon. Superb capture Jim hugs Jane xx
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