New Zealand’s number one blogger versus a feral bull


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Fresh from his last goat and fallow deer hunt Cam is now away again on another hunt. This time he is much further afield and this time his target is capable of fighting back. This is one animal that will attack rather than retreat and it is armed with an impressive and very wide set of horns.

As Cam left yesterday morning I jokingly told him to say goodbye to both our children just in case he gets gored by the bull and doesn’t make it home again. I inspected his firepower and asked if it was heavy hitting enough to kill the bull rather than just annoy him. I quizzed him about his tree climbing ability.

He is hunting the wild bull at the request of a farmer who has to avoid a part of his land where the bull prowls because it is so aggressive.

Feral cattle hunting-PHOTO Field & Stream

I am not really worried though because Cam will not be alone. He is part of a small A team who will work together to efficiently send this massive mound of beef to Cow heaven. I suspect we will be eating the bull for two years or more as it has been described as a massive animal that weighs a ton.

After this trip like the last one, the tall tales and recipes will make their way to The Wild.

Screenshot-The Wild


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