My dad and I were driving down the road one day when I noticed that the cows were being kept in barns and it was just a shame that I couldn’t do anything about it.
I started to think about what would happen if I were to lose my dad.
We got a lot of attention because he died from pancreatic cancer in 2015.
We were also getting the news that cows were now being sold to slaughterhouses.
We went to a local farmer’s market and found a cow that was already slaughtered and being processed.
My dad had been looking for a cow to raise his two daughters.
After a few minutes of staring at her, he said, “I’d like to give her to you.”
We were all taken aback.
She was already a cow, and now I was going to give one of my daughters a cow?
After a couple of days of talking to the farmer and getting his permission, we agreed to meet.
He was a farmer’s son who was looking to sell the cow to a slaughterhouse.
I thought that he would take me to the slaughterhouse and see what I would do with the cow.
I was really surprised to find that he actually wanted to see me.
I asked if he could have her, and he said yes.
We had the cows together, and the next day, he had her on a conveyor belt that transported the cows from the farm to the meatpacking plant.
He explained to me that I would have to have a dog and some training, but that he wouldn’t be paying for it.
He didn’t want to give me the chance to take the cows away.
He wanted to buy them for a profit.
I think he thought I was a good farmer and was excited about the idea of having the cow raise my daughters.
I didn’t really have a clue how this was going down, and I wasn’t sure how to deal with it.
We ended up getting the cows back to the farm, but they were not my dad’s cows.
He went to the authorities, and after some months, he was allowed to keep the cows, but he had to pay a fee of $400 per cow.
He said, You have to go through the process with me.
If I want to take her to a meatpacking facility, I’ll pay a lot more.
I’m sorry, I didn´t tell you I was an illegal immigrant.
But he said he was in trouble for having a cow.
When I told my dad that I wanted to sell my father´s cows, he didn´ t like it.
It felt like I was making a big deal out of nothing.
He told me to go back to Mexico.
The next day he got a call from my dad, telling him that he could no longer have the cows because he had lost his driver.
I told him I was doing it for myself and I wouldn´t sell them to anyone.
I went to visit my father at the hospital, and when he saw me he said to me, “You have to tell them to come back.”
I didn`t know what to do.
I tried to say I wasn´t sure what was going on and that I wasn`t sure if my dad would want to buy my daughters again.
But I was so afraid I would lose him.
After that, my dad said, No.
I’ll take her anyway.
That day I decided to go to the local police department.
I called the police officer and told them that I had bought the cows.
The officer told me, You want me to put you in touch with the farm?
You can bring her back to me.
So I did.
I had my own cows, and my father kept them.
He even brought me a new pair of boots for my daughters, which he had bought in a mall.
It was a relief when I finally saw my dad again.
I spent a lot time with him.
I helped him with the cattle raising, and even gave him a new truck to move his cattle.
He kept the cows for me for five years.
He would take them out and give them to me and feed me and take them back to his house.
I would spend all day with him and just talk to him about the cows and how I was growing up.
But then he said that he wanted to keep them for himself and didn´T want to sell them.
My mom always said that if my father wanted to give my daughter a cow he would have sold her a cow and bought me a cow himself.
We never even had a conversation about the money.
He took care of my sisters and I. When my father died, my mom said that my dad had given his money to a farmer in Mexico, and that my father told him he wanted me to have my own cow.
But the farmer didn´´t know who he was and didn’t know my family.
My father would come over and pick me up and take me with him to the ranch.