Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

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Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by Dave » Tue Jan 30, 2018 1:56 pm

I need to pick up a new cow dog. I don't think I can afford to go to Red Bluff to find it.

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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by callmefence » Tue Jan 30, 2018 2:00 pm

Mine got hooked a couple years ago.
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Post by Bigfoot » Tue Jan 30, 2018 2:55 pm

I'm guessing those are finished dogs and not pups?
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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by Boot Jack Bulls » Tue Jan 30, 2018 3:35 pm

Bigfoot wrote:I'm guessing those are finished dogs and not pups?

Yes. Most have competed at various trials too. I follow a group on facebook who are all about this stuff. I can't believe the stuff that goes on. Cheating, name calling, running down other operations, backstabbing. I watch from afar. To me, it rivals some of the stuff I've seen in the show horse world!
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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by 76 Bar » Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:02 pm

Red Bluff Sale home page...hover over videos if you want to watch the three sessions of dogs working.
http://redbluffbullsale.com
For inquiring minds...2018 marked the 77th year of the venue. Began as a western states showcase for Horned Herefords and evolved to include numerous breeds. QH geldings eventually added and ~ 20 yrs ago, the dog sale (primarily BC's and on occasion, some Kelpies). Week long deal, big trade and art show, social events etc. In a nutshell, considered a prestigious event and especially so for high end sellers & buyers on all fronts.
Regarding the dogs, historically & IMNSHO, the vast majority are slash and burn $hit eaters. Pretty good guess most wind up unused chained behind the barn or in the dead pile.

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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by Bullitt » Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:25 pm

76 Bar wrote:Red Bluff Sale home page...hover over videos if you want to watch the three sessions of dogs working.
http://redbluffbullsale.com
For inquiring minds...2018 marked the 77th year of the venue. Began as a western states showcase for Horned Herefords and evolved to include numerous breeds. QH geldings eventually added and ~ 20 yrs ago, the dog sale (primarily BC's and on occasion, some Kelpies). Week long deal, big trade and art show, social events etc. In a nutshell, considered a prestigious event and especially so for high end sellers & buyers on all fronts.
Regarding the dogs, historically & IMNSHO, the vast majority are slash and burn $hit eaters. Pretty good guess most wind up unused chained behind the barn or in the dead pile.



It seems strange that the dogs sold at higher prices than the bulls.

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Post by 76 Bar » Sun Feb 04, 2018 5:23 pm

:lol: You're obviously not familiar with the Red Bluff sale mentality aka :bs:

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Post by True Grit Farms » Sun Feb 04, 2018 6:00 pm

76 Bar wrote::lol: You're obviously not familiar with the Red Bluff sale mentality aka :bs:

Not familiar with anything and don't want to be familiar with anything in California. The GCA is taking it's annual cattlemen's trip to California this year and so far can't get enough of us signed up to go. We had two bus loads signed up to go to Montana and turned people away. I enjoy living amongst folks that I can relate to.
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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by Bullitt » Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:20 am

True Grit Farms wrote:
76 Bar wrote::lol: You're obviously not familiar with the Red Bluff sale mentality aka :bs:

Not familiar with anything and don't want to be familiar with anything in California. The GCA is taking it's annual cattlemen's trip to California this year and so far can't get enough of us signed up to go. We had two bus loads signed up to go to Montana and turned people away. I enjoy living amongst folks that I can relate to.



That is a very open minded attitude.

I am sure Californians will be very sad you did not visit.

California is number one for visitors in the United States. I am guessing you have never been there.

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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by True Grit Farms » Mon Feb 05, 2018 3:09 am

Bullitt wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:
76 Bar wrote::lol: You're obviously not familiar with the Red Bluff sale mentality aka :bs:

Not familiar with anything and don't want to be familiar with anything in California. The GCA is taking it's annual cattlemen's trip to California this year and so far can't get enough of us signed up to go. We had two bus loads signed up to go to Montana and turned people away. I enjoy living amongst folks that I can relate to.



That is a very open minded attitude.

I am sure Californians will be very sad you did not visit.

California is number one for visitors in the United States. I am guessing you have never been there.

I had to fly into San Francisco on my way to Alaska, so yes I have been there...and for to long for my liking.
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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by slick4591 » Mon Feb 05, 2018 9:26 am

Bullitt wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:
76 Bar wrote::lol: You're obviously not familiar with the Red Bluff sale mentality aka :bs:

Not familiar with anything and don't want to be familiar with anything in California. The GCA is taking it's annual cattlemen's trip to California this year and so far can't get enough of us signed up to go. We had two bus loads signed up to go to Montana and turned people away. I enjoy living amongst folks that I can relate to.



That is a very open minded attitude.

I am sure Californians will be very sad you did not visit.

California is number one for visitors in the United States. I am guessing you have never been there.


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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by Dave » Mon Feb 05, 2018 9:37 pm

There is a lot of big cattle country in Northern California.

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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by Brute 23 » Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:27 pm

Friend of mine married a guy from California and he is more conservative than I am. He hunts, has cattle, etc. Real nice guy.
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Re: Red Bluff Stock Dog Sale Results

Post by 76 Bar » Thu Feb 08, 2018 3:49 pm

In all regards, CA is an extremely diverse state. Passing judgement based on a brief fly by at acknowledged radical left thinking, non agricultural areas is foolhardy & erroneous.

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