Then they were soon ready to do a lap of honour around the perimeter of the field. A couple of people commented that they looked rather scary. It is always of course important to respect all animals and it can be unnerving when animals of this size are charging around. These Aberdeen Angus cross cattle tend generally to be quieter than some continental breeds. We have had cattle in the past that have careered through and over hedges and kept going for several fields! It is of course always sensible to take care when crossing fields with cattle in especially with a dog.
The sheep already in the field were wise enough to ignore these new occupants of their territory.
Once the work was done there was a few moments to enjoy the view before returning to the farm.