RAYMOND Irvine grew concerned for his injured bull in The Farming Life.
Raymond struggled to help Major the bull back to recovery during Sunday's episode.
He led Major through a lake to join the field of cows on the other side – but Major had other ideas as he took a detour.
The BBC Two show follows a number of farming families and the ups and downs of life in the countryside.
Major was suffering an injury after a brawl with another bull, Marshall.
Raymond said: "It was a bit of a disaster last night, two bulls started fighting in the pen and it's just gone crazy."
The brawl resulted in Major cutting his legs and seeing a vet.
While recovering, Raymond said: "I'm hoping he'll see the girls over the water and he'll just go 'yes, happy days.'"
But Major was hesitant and began walking away from Raymond in the wrong direction.
Raymond joked: "He thinks he's a fish."
He added: "I'm sure he wants to go over there with the girls, but he's just not sure."
Eventually, the bull went back to work was inspecting the female cows on the field.
Raymond commented: "He'll check out all the girls now – he'll be knackered by the end of the day."
The Farming Life continues Sunday 4:40pm on BBC Two.
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