vclavin wrote: Caustic Burno wrote:
Calman wrote:The only way you could have a bull-proof fence,is if you could get an experienced escape artist angus bull to draw you up a set of plans.Just yesterday I cemented four iron pipe in the ground for a gate.I was planning on welding my cross braces this morning and hang the gate.Meanwhile after I pulled out of the pasture the cows decided the new posts would make a good rub.When I arived with the welding trailer today the cement had set alright but 3 of the posts were leaning in 3 different directions.Had to go back and get the tractor with the FL and pull them out and start over,that is after I moved the cows.
You know the old saying if you want an Angus in your pasture drop him off two neighbors over.
Really? I don't have any neighbors with cattle, so when mine get out, they just wait at the gate to be let back in. lol
If you had neighbors, you wouldn't even have to buy an angus bull. Of course, the one breeding your heifers too young and breeding all your cows would be the sorriest looking bull you ever saw. Well, a step above Demetrious maybe.[/quote]
Guess if they do, I'll have to make sure I sell them good bulls... you know, to use on their cows and my cows LOL
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