When we were told that we would be injecting beef cattle again, I was completely terrified. My experience from the first beef cattle farm had me reluctant to do it again, but I knew I would feel great about myself if I faced my fears; especially on the very last field day. I turned out to be correct because I really did feel great about myself after this day. I tried my best to push my fears to the side and focus on injecting the animals correctly so that I would not hurt them. I did not hesitate and kept pushing myself to step up and continuously inject more cows rather than hiding behind the rest of the students. I also was interested to learn that for cattle, a subcutaneous injection can be administered without pulling the skin.