Good afternoon kids! I know I've been a sorry blogger, but when the first signs of spring hits until the first frost come November, I'm like a spotty shower in July...hardly ever around.
Okay weird analogy but I'm doing my best.
So I told my Facebook friends that I was going to blog about this the other day, and the other day turned into two weeks ago, but I found a pocket of time while I wait for the hay grinder to leave while the cattle bus waits for us to get him loaded. Here goes:
When a banding goes wrong.
Big D called me down to the lots (about two weeks ago) and asked me if I'd ever seen something. Funny, when he asked me to come down there and look at something, I was under the assumption that he made me something and it was in the cattle shed.
What kind of crap is this pregnancy doing to me?
Oh, he had a gift alright....
Nope I can safely say I had never seen that before. Particularly not after a ham dinner on a Sunday night.
That kids, is when a bull is banded but only the sack falls off and not the cords. There is an extreme amount of blood that came out of this poor fella before the vet came. I worried...Big D worried. This was in a group that we had picked up from the sale barn, so we couldn't even give the vet crap for not banding it right.
Here the vet is sewing him back up.
Here's his needle. It's curved and kinda neat.
The needle below is what Jeff used. Any guesses to what that large needle is for? Now ladies, cross your legs..that is to sew up a uterine prolapse. Can we all say, "Yooooowwwwwwwwwwwwiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeee!"?
Note to self, when in labor, push hard, but not tooo hard.