So, when the cattle create problems, the coffee farmers call me and I eradicate them (the cattle, not the farmers). Over the past three years, I have taken 20-plus head, many of them huge bulls. I keep about a hundred pounds of beef per year for myself and give the other ton or so to the workers. The beef is delicious, albeit a bit tough, but twice ground it makes the best hormone-free hamburgers on earth. I let the carcasses sit for about three days and then sneak back in the early morning. Wild pigs abound in the jungle, and there is nothing they like more than a big pile of rotting beef. I can count on at least one pig for every head of cattle that I harvest.