One way to get rid of brambles

I was visiting another Salers farm looking for bull calves when one of the bulls got itchy.

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The brambles didn’t stand a chance.

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He looks regal.

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We pulled them off after the photo.

6 thoughts on “One way to get rid of brambles

  1. Zephyr Hill says:

    Hysterical! He looks like he’s been debauching with a bunch of fauns and satyrs, and his wreath is a bit the worse for the wear! It’s a good thing he’s gentle enough to let you remove the brambles or he might have been wearing them for a long time! Did you find any bull calves?

  2. Auburn Meadow Farm says:

    That one definitely made me do a double take – I’ve got lots wearing burr crowns at the moment. My one-woman war on burrs is getting kind of ridiculous. Some days I think I might just be winning, then others, like today, I know I’ve got a long way to go. Handsome bull.

    How old? Remember to check and see if he can be trusted with water troughs, hay rings and barns, lol.

  3. Ed says:

    Hi, We spoke in the Summer (Ed from Morzine) discussed thread on SFN etc, hope all is good with you? Any meat available yet!!

  4. Ellie k says:

    It looks like two bulls as the horns look so different, it must be the angle the pics were taken. He is a beautiful creature. Do they have to adjust the chains on the bull ring as he grows?

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