Jogeephus wrote:I never did figure out where my heifer came from or who it belonged to. She dropped a calf the other day. A jet black one. Sherriff's office called me and asked if anyone turned up I told them no. They said it looks like its mine. I guess so.
Now if I could just find those two angus bulls that went missing. Numbers were a thousand and something. Just can't remember. I was going to sell em at the barn. Heck, I'd give someone half the money as a reward if they would just let me know something.
backhoeboogie wrote:I've got two now. They are in the pasture and I cannot find out who the heck they belong to. They must have come across the Brazos somehow. No one across the river is running these or missing these that I can find.
I called the sheriff in both counties. They both know I am beyond sick of these doggone bulls in my pasture.
I can count forward now for gestation and everything is terminal again. I had a angus in the pasture for 4 months. Every time I took him home he wound up back with more damage to fences. They FINALLY sold him. Now I got two more and it hasn't even been a month.
Red Bull Breeder wrote:Buy your self a caltrat bander. One trip threw the chute, big black steers out the gate.
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