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    andybob reacted to gailbelanger's post in the thread Hi y'all with Like Like.
    I just found this forum which is a great resource. I'm from Paris, TX. I just "adopted" two young heifer calves. BJ a Jersey/Holstien is...
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    andybob reacted to Stocker Steve's post in the thread RobLuer with Like Like.
    The are several organizations here pushing regenerative ag, and even more pushing soil health. Major obstacles are due to specialization...
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    andybob replied to the thread RobLuer.
    Welcome, I have been involved in regen and later the holistic management since the 70's in Rhodesia, then in several other countries...
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    andybob reacted to RobLuer's post in the thread RobLuer with Like Like.
    The challenges are plentiful. The most glaring ones are a lack of viable information and organizational skills. Everyone pretty much...
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    andybob reacted to Ky hills's post in the thread My experience with Angus with Like Like.
    Yes, it is my understanding that fescue presence diluted by other types of forages does help lessen the effects, but it would require...
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    andybob reacted to Brute 23's post in the thread Longhorn Video with Like Like.
    Took a video of the bigger steer coming down the alley from one side to the other. Pretty cool how they move to get it done.
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    andybob reacted to Georg's post in the thread Nguni cattle with Like Like.
    The good vet is not with us anymore. Tulis are still being bred in Namibia, but all of the indigenous breeds are suffering to find new...
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    andybob replied to the thread Nguni cattle.
    I remember several discussions in the early 1980's with Dr Schmitt-Dumont who was working on projects selecting Sanga genetics, I think...
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    andybob reacted to Australian's post in the thread Drakensberger, a future in the USA? with Like Like.
    I'd say they would have a future anywhere. They look like they are darn good cattle. The first are up for auction here in Australia this...
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    andybob replied to the thread Any Afrikaner cattle in the USA?.
    Ank oleand Watusi have been in the USA as a minority breed for some time and are often kept by hobbyists. You could look into the...
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    andybob reacted to TwoByrdsMG's post in the thread Aussie Import Murray Greys with Like Like.
    Well, after 4 months of jumping through hoops we finally have the shipment of new Murray Grey genetics on US soil. With this shipment I...
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    I was assuming that, as most "other breeds" became black when Aberdeen Angus was the predominant black breed - with breeds such a...
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    The winters in North Carolina are not severe but the summers can be 100°F and 100% humidity which sucks for almost every mammal. Where...
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    I agree. Every single breed is chasing meat quality. Red Angus is coming back here and they are pushing the meat quality. I'm glad for...
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    andybob> Your words are verified by the fact Angus and Hereford were imported to improve the quality of the U S beef industry and not...
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