Two days of fifty degrees with forty and fifty mile an hour winds can get rid of a lot of snow in a hurry. Today we moved the Longhorns east, out of the way of all the sorting and shuffling that will be going on over the next week as we ship most of the calves, wean the replacement heifers and decide which cows we'll be keeping and which will be culled. There are also the baby Angus bulls to wean and put on feed. Hopefully by Friday the six inches of sloppy mud in the corrals will be dry.
Vegas in his fuzzy winter clothes.