Sometimes when I'm outside, I hear a thumping noise. I wonder what it is at first, and then I remember.
This guy lives right across the road from us. He is a Lowline bull calf, born last year. Lowlines, in a nutshell, are a small version of the Aberdeen Angus. He is being grown out to see if he is bull potential, or not..... and we know where that leads.
Hard to imagine he might grow up to look like this.
Lowline bull -Wikepedia
There are also two Lowline cows, one of which gave birth to this Bully, and the other one aborted. They are bred to calve again this year. The calves are really cute, and small, and I'll try to get pictures.
Much of the time, Bully's head looks like this.
His halter is hanging around his neck, also covered in mud
He lives on a horse farm, and used to have a pony in the field with him. He got bigger and started acting more bullish, and it was in the pony's best interest to be put in an adjacent field. Now bully has a few inanimate objects for company.
As for that thumping, well just watch.
You couldn't actually hear it in the video, only the wind.