In J.C. Childress' living room hangs the skulls of his most beloved bull Peppermint Twist. "That's the rankest, nicest-made, most intense, awesome [bull]. He had more heart than any bull I've ever seen," said Childress. The bull was injured and lost a leg before Childress was able to breed him. He has ten straws of semen from the bull that he is saving for the right cow.