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Friday Feature: The Riding Cow

For the past 18 months we have shared old farm jokes each week on Panhandle Ag e-news, but the well has about run dry.  Starting in 2017 we will be sharing interesting videos and stories related to agriculture.  If you come across a neat video or story, please send it in so we can share it with our readers.  Send a link to a video or article to:  Friday Features

The Riding Cow

Source – Good News Network

Hannah Simpson riding her family’s dairy cow. Source: Good News Network

When Hannah Simpson was 11-years-old, all she wanted was a horse of her own to ride and train. Her parents, however, insisted that ponies were too expensive, leaving Hannah’s dream unfulfilled.  Her creative solution? She trained one of the cows on their dairy farm to ride instead.  For the last seven years, Hannah has ridden her heifer Lilac through the meadows of the South Island town of Invercargill, in New Zealand.  Lilac has the capacity to jump up to 4.5 feet, but she prefers lazier activities like long bush walks and leisurely swims.

Hannah first climbed onto Lilac’s back on a dare from her brother, although the rider advises against most people attempting to mount a cow – Lilac has apparently bucked her off many times. But because of the duo’s rare bond, the two have defied the rules and become an unusual team.  Hannah now has a horse named Sammy, but she still takes her original steed out to pasture once a week for a ride.

Check out the video to see this amazing cow trainer:

 

 

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2017/01/14/friday-feature-the-riding-cow/

Friday Funny: Cowboy Ropes Bike Thief at Walmart

Friday Funny:  Cowboy Ropes Bike Thief at Walmart

cowboy-ropes-bike-thiefThis is not a joke.  This really happened!  An Oregon cowboy went to Walmart to get some dog food.  He heard a lady scream for help,  jumped on his horse, roped a bike thief in the Walmart parking lot,  and then called 911.  Check out the CBS News video.  The tape of the 911 call is hilarious.  Many times true stories are the funniest.

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/12/16/friday-funny-cowboy-ropes-bike-thief-at-walmart/

Friday Funny: How Dry is It?

The Florida Panhandle, like a large portion of the Southeast is experiencing serious drought this fall. While drought is hardly a laughing matter, humor does have a way of easing the anxiety.  The following are just a few jokes to share with friends and neighbors as you discuss the current drought.

It’s So Dry

When a Panhandle town finally got a brief shower it caused quite a commotion.  One of the town’s residents was disturbed by the noise and went outside to see what was happening.  Water falling from the sky was such a shock that the man fainted.  They had to throw two buckets of dust in his face to revive him.

its-so-dryIt’s So Dry

Instead of using boats, people are fishing from lawn chairs with slingshots.

It’s So Dry

Birds are building their nests out of barbed wire.

It’s So Dry

Cows in the Southeast are only producing evaporated milk.

It’s So Dry

Church leaders have gotten together to do their part to conserve water.  Until further notice, Baptist churches will baptize by sprinkling, Methodists will baptize with wet-wipes,  Episcopals will issue rain checks, and Catholics will pray for wine to turn back into water!

Use the comment box below to share your favorite ‘It’s So Dry______”

 

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

 

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/12/03/friday-funny-how-dry-is-it/

Friday Funny: The Deer Hunters’ Debate

Photo credit: Digital Photography by Jeff Bryant

Photo credit: Digital Photography by Jeff Bryant

Four true friends from a local church joined together on Saturdays at a local farm during deer season.  There was the farmer who provided the land, a doctor who was skilled at cutting up the meat, a lawyer who provided the hunting buggy, and the preacher who always had a story to share.

One Saturday, the group had hunted together all day with no luck.  When they got back to the hunting buggy they saw a magnificent buck emerge from the woods.  He was huge! This was a mature, 12-point buck.  They all raised their rifles and fired at the same time.  The deer went down.  An argument immediately ensued as to whoa fired the shot that actually killed the buck.

About that time, the local game warden drove up, who knew the foursome well.  He said he had heard them arguing and asked what it was about.  They told him it was about who had actually shot the buck.  After checking all their licenses to make sure they were hunting legally, he said he would go look and see who shot the buck.  They asked him how he was going to find out.  He told them to just wait at the vehicle.

When the game warden returned, he congratulated the preacher on his fine kill.  The other three began arguing again.  “How do you know that for sure?” they said.  The game warden replied,“If the lawyer had killed it, he would have shot it in the rump.  If the doctor had killed it, he would have shot straight through the heart.  If the farmer had killed it, the shot would have been through the neck to save the best meat.  But there was no doubt, however, that the preacher was the one who shot it, because the bullet went in one ear and out the other.”

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

 

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/11/19/friday-funny-the-deer-hunters-debate/

Friday Funny: The Nosy Store Manager

hardware-store-managerLast week a store manager at a local hardware store overheard the clerk saying to a customer, “No, ma’am, we haven’t had any for some weeks now, and it doesn’t look as if we’ll be getting any soon.

Alarmed by what was being said, the manager rushed over to the customer who was walking out the door and said, “That isn’t true, ma’am. Of course, we’ll have some soon. In fact, we placed an order for it a couple of weeks ago.”  The lady turned, glared at the store manager like he was an idiot, and walked out the door.

Furious, the manager went straight over to the clerk with a sour look on his face.  The manager drew the clerk aside and growled, “Never, never, never, never say we don’t have something. If we don’t have it, say we ordered it and it’s on its way. Now, what was it she wanted?

The clerk replied, “Rain.”

 

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

Email to:  Panhandle Ag Friday Funny

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/11/12/friday-funny-the-nosy-store-manager/

Friday Funny: The Pistol Packin’ Widow

widow-with-big-purseJohn and Mary were married for 56 years, and lived on the farm they cherished that had been in their family for three generations.  After John died in 2010, Mary decided to keep living on the farm, but passed the business operation on to her son and grandsons.  While her family was on the farm almost every day working the land, Mary was home alone nights and weekends, and became concerned for her safety.  She decided to purchase a pistol, and completed a concealed gun carry course, so that she could defend herself.  As time went on Mary grew more feeble and only traveled to town for church, doctors appointments, and groceries.  Wherever Mary went though, her snub-nosed 38 was with her in her oversized purse.

One afternoon, after Mary had finished her shopping, she returned to her car and found four males in the act of entering her vehicle. She dropped her shopping bags and cane, drew her handgun from her purse, and screamed at the top of her lungs, “I have a gun, and I know how to use it!  Get out of that car!

The four men didn’t wait for a second invitation. They got out and ran like mad. Mary, somewhat shaken, then proceeded to load her shopping bags into the back of the car and got into driver’s seat. She was so shaken that she could not get her key into the ignition.   She tried and tried, and then it dawned on her why? A few minutes later, she found her own car (that was the same color, make and model) parked four or five spaces farther down.

Frustrated and upset with herself, she loaded her bags into her car and drove down to the police station. She shared her embarrassing story with the police sergeant on duty at the front desk.  She said, “I swear it looked just like my car, and it was parked in the same area as mine!”

The sergeant chuckled and then couldn’t stop laughing. He pointed to the other end of the counter where four pale men had reported a car jacking by a mad, elderly woman described as white, less than six feet tall in a green dress, curly white hair, with a cane, a rather large purse, and a handgun.  Not quite as amused as the sergeant, the men dropped all charges after hearing her story.  The sergeant just smiled at Mary and said, “Well If you’re going to have a ‘Senior Moment,’ make it a memorable one!”

 

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

Email to:  Panhandle Ag Friday Funny

 

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/11/05/friday-funny-the-pistol-packin-widow/

Friday Funny: Respect for Your Elders

angry-fanA male college student and a much older alumni sitting in front of him had a heated exchange at a recent college football game.  The young man was enjoying heckling the coaches and players and shouting obscenities at the referees.  The older gentlemen put up with this rowdy young man through the first quarter, but when he could not take much more he stood up and turned around to face this obnoxious college student.

He said, “Son, there is no reason to carry on like you are.  You need to cheer the team on, instead of shooting off your foul mouth and constantly putting them down.”  The college student frowned and then challenged the alumni sitting in front of him saying,  “It is impossible for your generation to understand mine!”  “You grew up in a different world,” the student said loud enough for the whole section to hear. “Today we have the internet,  flat screen TVs, smart phones,  no longer is the Moon our exploration destination as our spaceships have visited Mars, We have nuclear energy, electric and hydrogen cars, computers with light-speed processing …. and uh..”

Taking advantage of a pause in the student’s tirade, the older man snapped back, “You’re right. We didn’t have those things when we were young; We invented them, you little twit! We made the world a better place to live rather than complaining every time things didn’t go our way.  And just what are you doing for the next generation?” 

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

Email to:  Panhandle Ag Friday Funny

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/10/29/friday-funny-respect-for-your-elders/

Friday Funny: Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Marriage Right

Friday Funny:  Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Marriage Right

Harold and Jenny live on a farm in the Florida Panhandle.  Though they have been married for many years, and raised three children to adulthood together, their marriage has been challenging for Jenny.  Harold has worked hard his whole adult life to provide for his family, and take care of the family farm that had been passed to him from his father.  While Harold takes care of every detail on the farm, he has not always been as attentive as he needed to be when it came to Jenny.  Jenny knew Harold was not the romantic type when she married him, but did expect him to take care of the important things like birthdays and anniversaries.

Their 30th anniversary was coming up in the second week of June, so Jenny decided not to say anything to see if Harold remembered this milestone for their marriage.  Poor Harold was so busy getting his peanuts and cotton planted and the pre-emergence herbicides sprayed, that he never even thought about the important anniversary that occurred that year.

When their anniversary day arrived, Jenny fixed Harold an extra special breakfast, but said nothing when he commented, “Now this is really nice, thank you.”  At lunch he noticed she kept looking at him funny, but he gobbled up the meal and headed back out to the fields.  Dinner too, was something very special, all the things he liked.  He said, “Wow, I guess this is my lucky day.”  But his mind was still going over all the tasks that remained undone: the irrigation unit that needed repairing, the sprayer that needing new nozzles, and the fence with a tree limb on it that had allowed two herds to mix.  Not one time during that special day did Harold even glance at a calendar.  As the day drew to an end, Harold turned on the late news to watch the weather.  He noticed Jenny was fidgeting and piddling with different things, and was not at all relaxed.  She just seemed anxious and distracted.  Finally he said, “Honey you need to sit down and relax, its almost bedtime and you need to stop all of that or you’re going to have a hard time going to sleep.”  Harold was right, she tossed and turned, he knew something was not quite right, but figured it could wait until morning.   He was exhausted and fell fast asleep.

The next morning he noticed that Jenny was already up.  That was unusual.  He got dressed and headed for the kitchen hoping to find a deluxe breakfast like the day before.  This time there was nothing waiting for him but black coffee and burnt toast.  Jenny was very upset, and he could see it in her face.  He said, “Honey what is wrong with you?”  She snapped back and said, “As of yesterday Harold, we have been married for 30 years.  Yet you just seem to take me for granted.  If you want to stay married to me you had better get to town and come back with something really special.  When I come back from Mamma’s house at 5:00 I expect something sitting in the driveway that goes from zero to 200 in 2 seconds flat!”

Jenny stormed out the door and headed to her mother’s house.  She cried and vented to her mother who calmed her down and reminded her of Harold’s positive attributes.  “He has been a very loyal husband for 30 years,” she told her.  “Go back home and see what Harold has come up with to make amends for his forgetfulness.”

bathroom-scaleSo Jenny headed home, and when she arrived she found a small square wrapped package in the driveway.  Jenny was really ticked off now and growled out to herself, “What is this?  I thought I made this very clear!”  Even so she bent down and picked up the small flat package, and was somewhat surprised by the weight of it.

She opened the package and to her surprise, it was a brand new bathroom scale!

Jenny was arrested for assault and battery with a bathroom scale.  Harold was transported to City Memorial Hospital and is the Intensive Care Unit with an unknown recovery date awaiting a brain transplant.

 

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

Email to:  Panhandle Ag Friday Funny

 

 

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/10/21/friday-funny-two-wrongs-dont-make-a-marriage-right/

Friday Funny: You Might be a Farmer

Wednesday, October 12th was National Farmer Day, an annual day set aside to pay tribute to the 2% of Americans that feed the other 98% of us. National Fill In Blank Day has been made very popular with social media as a neat way to draw attention to a meaningful causes.  If you missed it, you can check out all of the different things that have been posted this week using the hashtag:  #NationalFarmersDay for Facebook or #National FarmersDay for Twitter.

Back in 1993 Jeff Foxworthy, southern comedian, was made famous doing a stand up comedy routine called “ If you __________, You Might Be a Redneck?” that poked fun at crazy things rednecks from the south do that makes them stand out from the crowd.  This week’s Friday Funny is a humorous take on that idea that salutes unique things about farmers. Both of the photos below were actually taken this week at the Youth Fair in Jackson County.

if you have ever duct-tapped a pickle lid over the trailer wheel bearings as a dust cap to take your kids 4-H projects to the Fair, You might be a farmer? Photo credit: Doug Mayo

If you’ve  ever duct-tapped a pickle lid over the trailer wheel bearings as an emergency dust cap, so you could get our kids 4-H projects to the Fair, “You Might be a Farmer?” Photo credit: Doug Mayo

You Might Be a Farmer

  • If your dog spends more time each week riding in your truck than your wife does
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you’ve ever had to wash off your boots in the back yard with a garden hose, or strip down to your skivvies on the carport before your wife would let you in the house because of mud, manure or both
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If the 5-gallon buckets hydraulic oil comes in are almost as valuable a tool as the oil for feeding livestock or for portable parts or tool storage, and you’ve never-ever thrown one away that was not busted
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you’ve ever used baling twine or wire to attach a license plate, patch a fence, or to tie square-baled hay to the roof of your wife’s car
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you can remember the fertilizer rate, seed population, herbicide rate, and yields from farms you have rented the past three years, but cannot recall your wedding anniversary
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you’ve driven off the road while rubber-necking your neighbors crops or cattle
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you’ve used the same knife to castrate bull calves or pigs to cut up your steak at the dinner table or restaurant
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you have ever used duct-tape or a bandanna as a bandage for bleeding hands from barbed wire fence repairs
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you refer to land using the names of the farmers who owned them a generation ago
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If the equipment under your barn is 10 times more valuable than what is parked in your garage
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If buying new clothes and boots means your church clothes can now be used for work
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you have more hats for different occasions and outfits than shoes to choose from
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you’ve ever had to pull off the highway because stuff started flying off your dusty, cluttered dashboard because the windows were still rolled  down
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If your family becomes instantly silent when the weather comes on the news each night
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you can tell the difference between the smell of a skunk and the smell of a dairy
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If you can tell the difference between a bull and a heifer from a distance
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If family picnics are most commonly shared on the tailgate of a pickup truck during planting or harvest season
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If using an elevator relates to grain harvest rather than in a tall city building
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If regular social conversation with your closest friends at the local diner involves rainfall, equipment repairs, hybrids, or herbicides
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If your tractors and combines have working air conditioners, but your truck doesn’t
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If the biggest family vacation you have had in the last five years were the weeks spent at the Regional Fair with the 4-H or FFA steers, heifers, hogs, or horses
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • If spending time alone with your wife in the evening means she is holding the flashlight while you fix something
    • You Might be a Farmer?
  • And finally, if you won $ 1,000,000 from the lottery your life would not change that much. You’d keep right on farming, maybe with newer equipment and more land, but you’d keep farming because that is who you are and what you do
    • You Might be a Farmer?

I am sure you folks have some more ideas for this fun characterization of hard working farm life.  Use the comment section below to share more ideas for “If___________, You Might Be a Farmer?”

If you've ever tied hay bales to your wife's car to save a trip to town during Fair week, You might be a Farmer? Photo credit: Doug Mayo

If you’ve ever used hay string to tie square-baled hay to your wife’s car to save a trip to town during Fair week, “You might be a Farmer?” Photo credit: Doug Mayo

 

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

Email to:  Panhandle Ag Friday Funny

 

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/10/15/friday-funny-you-might-be-a-farmer/

Friday Funny: The Donkey’s Revenge

Friday Funny:  The Donkey’s Revenge

donkey-stuck-in-wellOne day a farmer’s jackass fell down into an old abandoned well on the old homestead.  The animal brayed and squealed pitifully for hours.  The farmer was going crazy, because he could not figure out what to do.  He and his wife hardly slept at all, as the poor creature squalled and caterwauled in agony and fear all night. The next morning, the farmer decided there was just no way to get the jackass out of the well. If he rented a backhoe to dig out the well, the walls would probably collapse, or the bucket would mangle the poor creature.  He could not use a winch to pull him out, because there was no way to get the cable around the jackass without endangering his own life.  Ultimately he decided the humane thing was to put the jackass out of his misery by covering him up in the well.  At least that way no other animals would succumb to the same fate as his poor jackass.

Since the farmer did not have a front end loader or a backhoe, he just invited all his neighbors to come over and help him. They all brought their own shovels worked together to quickly fill in the well.  As soon as the jackass realized what was happening he commenced to caterwauling like nothing you have ever heard.  Tears rolled down the men’s faces as they slowly buried the old jackass. All of a sudden the jackass was quiet. The men kept working in silence glad that that hardest part was over, but sad because of the harsh reality of what they had all done.

donkey-laughingAfter a few minutes the farmer saw something moving and was astonished at what he saw when he bent down and looked into the hole. With every shovel of dirt that hit his back, the jackass was doing something amazing. He would shake it off and take a step up.  As soon as the farmer and his neighbors shoveled enough dirt on top of the animal, he would shake it off and take a step up.  As the hole filled the jackass moved closer to the surface.  Finally, when the hole was almost completely filled, the jackass lunged up from the well, bit the the farmer so hard he almost lost consciousness, and then ran off braying and kicking and bucking in celebration of his freedom.

The moral of the story is:  Every time you try to cover your ass, it always comes back to bite you.

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If you enjoyed this week’s joke, you might also enjoy others from previous weeks: Friday Funnies

Farm folks always enjoy sharing good jokes, photos and stories.  If you have a good, clean joke, particularly one that pertains to agriculture, or a funny photo that you took on the farm, send it in and we will share it with our readers.

Email to:  Panhandle Ag Friday Funny

 

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Author: Doug Mayo – demayo@ufl.edu

Lead Editor for Panhandle Ag e-news – Jackson County Extension Director – Livestock & Forages Agent. My true expertise is with beef cattle and pasture management, but I can assist with information on other livestock species, as well as recreational fish ponds.
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu

Doug Mayo

Permanent link to this article: http://franklin.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2016/10/08/friday-funny-the-donkeys-revenge/

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