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  1. N. Anthony
    March 2, 2021 @ 1:20 pm

    If you read the caption it says “Bucking Bulls”. These aren’t the same as range cattle, which would be a lot wilder, still fun to watch. Although these bulls get loaded into a trailer each time they are hauled to a rodeo, they still aren’t excited to go. These are extremely well trained dogs. It’s always fun to watch working dogs do their thing.

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  2. Linda
    February 25, 2021 @ 7:13 pm

    Very well trained Border Collies. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. Of course I have watched my Son-in-law on the ranch with his dogs, but not so many. Very impressive. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Raymond Bowman
    February 13, 2021 @ 7:37 pm

    Fantastic video,the training and patience of the farmer and the dog’s is remarkable.Thanks for all the hard work done by farmer’s of all kind’s!!

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  4. Andrea Hobbs
    February 13, 2021 @ 4:17 pm

    A very impressive video. Those border collies really earn their keep doing this dangerous job.
    Thank you for sharing this.

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  5. Lynda Kaminski
    February 13, 2021 @ 11:44 am

    Wonderful training went into these dogs……they are really worth watching, thank you.

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  6. Wilma Gunn
    February 12, 2021 @ 6:10 pm

    Amazing dogs!

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  7. Gran Jan
    February 12, 2021 @ 3:28 pm

    What fantastically trained dogs! Their natural instincts combined with great training made a dangerous job happen with no problems. The horse and handler completed a great team. Good Job!

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    • mari
      February 12, 2021 @ 7:11 pm

      Try feeding them in the freezing weather, breaking up the ice on the pond or water buckets when its frozen solid. Farmers work so hard for all of us, cattle are dangerous animals and having a group of dogs who work so proficiently is a huge help. I’m in love with the whole video. I’ve been tossed in the air by an angry cow once, the flying was great, the landing not so much. LOL. We owe so much to all who deal with the animals that keep us fed and healthy.

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  8. Marianne Trace
    February 12, 2021 @ 11:26 am

    That presentation was awesome. Obviously requires a lot of patience in teaching the dogs to round up and load the bulls. Farm life is definitely not the picnic I thought it might be. When bulls are slaughtered and in general, what is their meat used for? Surprising to see a bull kick one of the dogs. What breed of dog is used for this?

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    • mari
      February 12, 2021 @ 7:13 pm

      Marianne Trace, look for hamburger in the store or steaks. Thats what happens when cattle are slaughtered. We also get leather from their hides.

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    • Norman
      March 2, 2021 @ 1:26 pm

      These are Border Collies. They are bred for this and very good at it. A lot of it comes instinctively from their breeding, and left alone, they will naturally herd animals around. These are HIGHLY trained and did an excellent job. These being Bucking Bulls, together were being taken to a rodeo. Most Bulls don’t get slaughtered until they’ve outlived their usefulness on the ranch. Then they’re mostly used for hamburger, or something else yuh can use ground beef for. The steaks and all your tender cuts come from much younger animals, young heifers, or steers.

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    • Martin cherniske
      July 19, 2021 @ 3:27 pm

      This is the best demonstration I have ever seen of working dogs. I can’t imagine the amount of training necessary to produce this degree of precision. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Judy Beck
    February 12, 2021 @ 8:02 am

    Wow, this dogs are brilliant, but can be scary am sure for them also!!

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  10. Dr. Ann Hoskins, Ph.D
    February 12, 2021 @ 7:29 am

    Simply amazing and scary for the dogs. Thanks for sharing. Dr. Ann Hoskins, Ph.D
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