The two grown cows, Bonnie and Jody, had no problem going through the opening in the electric fence to get to the clover, as I mentioned in another entry. I had to lead Gracie through twice before she got the idea, and it took four times of being led into the clover for Penny to get the idea; but this morning she made it. That left three bovines outside the clover: Jenny, George, and Crystal, who are not tame enough to lead.
Yesterday I told Cliff, "I think if we rigged something up with a couple of panels so it would look to the cows like they were going through an opening in a regular fence instead of an electric fence, we could get them all in there."
Cliff couldn't see why I was so worried about getting them all into the clover field, since there is plenty of grazing outside that area. But he's used to patronizing my whims. (I want them on that clover because it's higher in protein than plain old grass, so they can grow faster, make more milk, grow a nicer calf, etc.)