‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Bam Bam Brown Shares Photo of Bull With Massive Horns

by Amy Myers
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Alaskan Bush People star Bam Bam Brown has a deep connection to the animals on his family’s ranch, and often, he shares gorgeous snapshots of these animals with fans.

Recently, Brown has devoted special attention to the bovine members, a longhorn bull named Brutus. In his latest post, the Alaskan Bush People star focused his camera lens on Brutus’ massive horn, allowing all the subtle discolorations and scratches to come into view. Meanwhile, the bull munched on some hay as Brown admired his massive headwear.

The Alaskan Bush People star gave the photo a simple caption, “#brutus #respectthedanger #alaskanbushpeople.”

A couple of weeks before Christmas, Brown posted another angle of Brutus and another bovine companion. Just like the latest photo, Brutus and his fellow longhorn were chowing down on some hay. Now, though, we could see the full wingspan of Brutus’ huge horns. Both animals seemed very content with their conditions at North Star Ranch.

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Shares Lesson from Parents

As the oldest Alaskan Bush People sibling on the ranch, Bam Bam has had to assume some of the bigger responsibilities of the ranch. This, of course, includes caring for the longhorns, but he also has the even more vital task of keeping the family together and keeping his father’s lessons alive. And that can be a lot of pressure for one person.

Thankfully, his parents also taught him how to find strength in moments of hardship. So, Brown decided to share these lessons with his followers on Instagram.

“When I was a kid, my Mom and Dad taught me that this world can be a dark place, and that it’s our job to shine light wherever we can. They taught me that when it’s hard, when you want to fall to the ground and cry, when everything in you says give up, that is when you must keep going, when you must have courage and faith,” Brown wrote.

“Da never cared about money or fame. What he did care about was family, faith and freedom.
Da once said that if our show made just one person smile, and brought light into just one persons’ life, even for just a moment, then it was worth all of it,” he continued.

The Alaskan Bush People star then signed off with a message of gratitude for his fans.

“To all the honorary members of The Wolf Pack, Thank you. Thank you for being a part of our family, and letting us be a part of yours. Thank you for your prayers, support and the love you have all shown for my family. Never give up. Never surrender,” he said.

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