I've just agreed to drive 3 hours to slaughter a steer tomorrow. My non-gunny friend was going to shoot it, but I have better aim and butchering knowledge so I agreed to come along in exchange for a lot of grass fed happy beef. Where should I aim? My present knowledge is to aim directly between the eye and the ear. I learned this from THR and it has worked well on a couple of goats. I'm concerned, after reading about cow anatomy, that the brain is high up near the ear. I'm going to use a winchester 30-30 or a .44 mag redhawk. Please advise me soon, I'm leaving early tomorrow morning. I think I know what to do, more or less, as far as butchering. I'm not looking forward to this, but it is exciting and scary.