Starting young

Discuss the ins and outs of the showring.
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Re: Starting young

Post by Logar » Sun Dec 24, 2017 7:31 pm

Keep her in cattle and you will not go wrong.

When you and I and all who read this are dead and dust in the ground she will be telling her memories to her kids and grandkids - and hopefully carrying that tradition on - and that is EXACTLY what you (and all of us in the biz) want.

Hope she has a pile of fun.

My best to the family.

Merry Christmas.

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Re: Starting young

Post by farmerjan » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:31 pm

She is adorable and God bless you for encouraging this whole "this is your cow" deal. Getting her bred and showing your daughter the possibilities of a future in cattle is great. I never got into the showing thing and still am not that big a fan. But, I do like that it teaches them some real responsibility of day to day feeding, care etc.
Your daughter looks like she is having the time of her life with the calf giving her a bath. So glad she seems to have a great disposition for it too.

Happy New year and best of luck for you and her.

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