We're moving them for the winter from a far pasture to a pasture next to the barn, so we can feed them silage.
The guys left the gates open, so that the heifers could sniff around and make their way over on their own time. That way you don't have to chase them and have them get all crazy.
One heifer didn't want to go, and she did get really wild. She took down a cable, tried to hurdle a four-wire fence, broke a pole, and ran along the creek for a long way with Kris chasing her. But she eventually went with the herd!
The guys put them through the barn so they could pour dewormer on them. Kris said it's strange having them walk through the barn because they don't remember how to walk on concrete! They're not used to a non-ground surface. But they got them all through, dewormed, and out to their winter pasture.
Now they'll spend the winter outside eating, gestating, and waiting for spring. A huge pasture full of pregnant heifers is a beautiful sight.