That meant leaving Molly in the house so the Commander and the #3 son could drag Killarney across the yard to join Hoss. Getting Lara and Azalea to the other side was easy, all I needed was a pan of grain and they trotted peacefully alongside me as I walked back. Sara circled behind just to keep then moving but it was really easy.
The worst part of the end of breeding season is getting the rams back together, they usually try to kill each other trying to reestablish dominance.
Hoss and Killarney fought it out in close quarters for quite a while but in the end Hoss wound up as boss – again. At one point the Commander went out and found the two of them with their horns entangled, doofuses!
When we put them up tonight they were tired, cut up, bleeding from several places, and still stinky, but I think they are back to getting along. Thank goodness breeding season is over.