Hirsel Highland Bull
All the soft heat loving cattle are safely tucked up in their winter quarters. But the hardy Highland coos are a tough breed and sit out the winter (such as it is) Here is the resident Bull at the Hirsel, Seaman he may well be called, braving a tributary of the Tweed which was meant to separate him from the coos. He managed the rapids easily enough, his massive encyclicals swinging beneath him. But having crept up down wind from the unsuspecting females he suddenly lost interest and chewed a cud or two.