Outside of Pendleton, Oregon, Terry Anderson’s cattle have messed up his irrigation spigots. Again.
The cows knock them down pretty much daily, and he has to fix ‘em. He jumps out of his side-by-side vehicle and deftly rights them again or screws on a new spigot if they’re really bad.
“Cows just rub on stuff for the heck of it,” Terry Anderson says with a smile. “They love to scratch.”
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