Some years ago when cows were cheap & horses were dear, I swapped 5 horses for 15 stud cows.
The cows duly calved and one cow had a calf that was a freaking midget. A deadset dwarf! A little bull calf midget dwarf.
My kids christened the calf “Little Latten”, after the guy who swapped me the cows.
A few months later when we were marking the calves I was about to make Little Latten into a steer (remove his testicles) when the kids stepped in with words like “Leave him a bull, he’s too small to get a cow in calf”. I took a look at Little Latten & agreed.
Two years went by. And I kid you not, Little Latten’s genitalia grew… and grew… In fact his scrotal circumference was 38 cms, which put him in the ‘legend’ category. A bit like my son-in-law!!
Anyway, long story short I was riding my ag bike (agricultural bike, what they called a motor bike in the bush) in the paddock where my stud cows were and there was a huge cow on heat (keen for the love to be made to her) & Little Latten had talked her into backing into a gilgai (small crater) which was about 3 foot deep.
There was Little Latten up on his back legs and man he was giving it to this cow!!
Come to think of it she looked quite pleased about the whole deception.
Anyway, quick as a flash I ran the cows into the stock yards, whipped out my pocket knife & made Little Latten into a steer.
He only ever produced one calf!!
As told by Dr. Chris
NaaD. BMTH. TTaLFY
(Not an actual doctor but more than happy to take a look for you)
Now a photo of a nice piece of ribeye we had for dinner recently and then I’m gone… back into my home in the world wide inter web… amongst a myriad of conspiracy theories, angry cats and semi-nude selfies.
9 responses to “Another story by Dr. Chris and a cracking beef roast”
The roast looks good but the story is a little horrific. At least this wasn’t a post about meatballs though.
🙂 true that
The harsh Australian bush!
Perfectly cooked roast.
Thank you very much
Dr Chris has seen his son-in-law’s giant balls? Or… his son in law is a ‘legend’? Hahaa, maybe I shouldn’t ask. Poor Little Latten. Not fair. I hope he got an anaesthetic.
P.S your roast looks awesome.
I’m the son-in-law so I’ll be stepping out of this conversation right… about… now
Oh dear. Ha. I’ll just say you’re a legend. The end.
I’ll take it!!