Auburn Rural Real Estate and Mexican Longhorn
Mixing Auburn rural real estate and Mexican longhorn was quite an experience yesterday. I went to visit my son, J.T., after working in the area. He said, why don’t you come over to see my cows at the 100 acres I lease? Sure, I said, thinking: nice photo opportunity. Little did I know, we would be having an adventure.
He loaded up his 4-wheel drive vehicle in the back his horse trailer and off we went. Upon arrival he said, why are my cows looking at me from the neighbor’s property? Yes, the cows had escaped. So, JT, his girlfriend, Leslie, and myself were off chasing cows. I was later given gate duty.
A big black bull with huge horns was about 20 foot from me while I worked the gate to let cows in without letting any escape. This is the picture above that I took so you can see how close I am to the bull. Auburn rural real estate turned out to be awesome. We were fixing fence driving up and down hills and herding cows back home. You never know what a day will turn out like when you visit rural ranches with animals.
If you would like to have a rural real estate Realtor sell your property, call Weintraub & Wallace Realtors — as we even herd cows. It is all in a day’s work. We can be reached at 916-233-6759.
— JaCi Wallace