David Cooper on Bulls
There was a bull, Mr Bull. He was quite fierce I think, I was never allowed near him because I was only a lad, I was 15, 16, 17.
The farmer used to handle him and he’d live in a stable. He used to peer over the stable, he was quite happy and he had his ladies who used to come round.
Now and again there would be two or three (laughs), the cow, a couple of heifers, he’d sort them out and then go back in his stable but I think he was a bit dangerous.
He had a ring in his nose and they’d bring him out on a pole and they’d always have a rope through the ring in his nose. I wouldn’t want to tangle him (laughs).