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Managing bulls to minimize injuries

Photo by Heather Smith ThomasDirt is better than concrete in a bull lot, even though concrete is nice for cleaning manure away from feeders; concrete gives poor footing and contributes to a lot of injuries. Deep mud can be a problem, but can also be beneficial when bulls are fighting; they wear out quicker and will quit fighting sooner.

bulls are tough. they have to be, to withstand the abuse they give each other when fighting. yet all too often a bull gets injured, and it’s frustrating to have him out of action when he’s needed to do a job. while its impossible to prevent all the accidents that happen with bulls, there are ways to minimize risks.

bulls are tough. they have to be, to withstand the abuse they give each other when fighting. yet all too often a bull gets injured, and it’s frustrating to have him out of action when he’s needed to do a job. while its impossible to prevent all the accidents that happen with bulls, there are ways to minimize risks.

bulls are tough. they have to be, to withstand the abuse they give each other when fighting. yet all too often a bull gets injured, and it’s frustrating to have him out of action when he’s needed to do a job. while its impossible to prevent all the accidents that happen with bulls, there are ways to minimize risks.

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