Yesterday I helped Dave move the cows to a new pasture. This happens whenever they consume or trample most of the good grasses in their pen (typically between a half and full acre). As we clear the fields of brush, improving the grass quality, the pens will get smaller and the moves will be more frequent.
This day happened to be the fourth move for the girls, but I must admit that it was only the first time I helped. Dave has everything down to a science by now, so having extra hands cut down on the overall labor time significantly. It was so great to work side-by-side that I have already volunteered to be Dave's "right hand man" for all future relocations.
Here is a peek into the process (all caught on my phone):