Raymond Irvine had to find an alternative way to introduce his Charolais bull to his herd of breeding females, when the 1,000kg animal refused to cross a bridge.
The pedigree Charolais breeder from Scotland later came up with the idea of allowing Major to navigate across water to reach his destination.
After some time and guidance from the Scottish pedigree breeder, the “stubborn” animal eventually joined the rest of the herd.
A video, produced by the BBC and shared across social media by Biggest Bulls of the World, shows the obstacles he faced.
Video and image source: Biggest Bulls of the World / Facebook [Credit: BBC]