The husband went over and got him. On the way home, he called to tell me what he was bring back. Our friend said the bull wasn't very bad to handle and should work great for us.
When the husband pulled in, I went out to see what we got. Holy Moly! This bull was bashing the trailer and running back and forth. Not to bad to handle!! But I had to put it in perspective, the stock contractor that let us borrow the bull usually has very hot stock. So I guess bashing the side of the trailer and not busting the gate down, is considered not to bad to handle! We managed to get him unloaded and settled into a pen.
He did NOT like me standing outside his pen. He would paw the ground and charge at me.
He didn't like having his picture taken either. Geez!
We let him settle for a day in the pen. Then turned him out with the heifers in the pasture. I'm not use to having something mean on the place. I can't just walk up to the heifers and feed them out of my hand now. At least I don't feel as comfortable doin' it now. I keep an eye on our bulls when I am out with them but they aren't usually gonna run me over just for the fun of it. So it will take some gettin' used to having him out there. I bet the husband I could have him eating out of my hand pretty soon though. We'll see.