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  1. chaded

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    Another helicopter company actually came through a month or so ago and trimmed the lines back so the other place could get their helicopter with sprayer in. The engine is a lawmmower engine with a cage around it to protect it and it runs 8 blades. I guess they have got it stuck in big limbs...
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    Helicopter spraying the powerline that runs through our farm.
  3. chaded

    Red angus bull over black angus cows

    Doesn’t look like a bad bull to me from what I can tell by the picture.
  4. chaded

    Red angus bull over black angus cows

    Do you have pictures of each of these bulls?
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    Red angus bull over black angus cows

    Yes what? Lol. Which is better, the red angus bull or the brangus? I honestly wouldn’t care where I was located, if the red angus bull is a far superior animal and not to mention I had black cows I would be going with that bull. Especially with the market the way it is right now. I run a herd...
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    Red angus bull over black angus cows

    Which bull is better?
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    Twins learning early.
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    Crabgrass?

    I don’t think I know of him but the name sounds familiar. I have read some old articles about Bob Evans (yes, that Bob Evans) and he was using cover crops and managed grazing of his pastures to try to graze year round and at least minimize hay fed. He is mostly known for the restaurants and...
  9. chaded

    Clover and Chemical N Conundrum

    Autumn olive is another that fixes nitrogen. It also spreads like wildfire, shades everything out, not to mention its allelopathic nature which further destroys everything around it. Now if I just had goats, I can make it work.
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    Your Opportunity to Chime in on Greg Judy's Methods

    To be fair, just because he hasn’t responded to some discussion forum thread doesn’t automatically mean anything really. If I was Greg, guilty or not, I wouldn’t even waste my time. We really aren’t that big of a deal. Lol. It has been said that Gerrish used to be on this forum. If I had to...
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    Crabgrass?

    Can you get ahold of some johnsongrass…. Lol.
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    Clover and Chemical N Conundrum

    I like to have some and don’t want to get rid of it completely but I am caring less and less about it every year. This year we have a lot and I have been paying attention to how the cows eat it and honestly they eat around a lot of it. I just took them off a section that I probably had them on...
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    Your Opportunity to Chime in on Greg Judy's Methods

    You have to be able to take the good and leave the bad and that goes for just about any of these people out there. I have picked up a few things from Greg that I wouldn't have otherwise known. I have no family background in livestock, extension is not real helpful here, and most people in this...
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    Cost of cutting and baking hay in East Tn

    I have a guy that does my field on shares and right now it’s working ok. He’s the last of them around here and I think he is 70. When he stops doing it I will have some big decisions to make.
  15. chaded

    Davos Fencing Clip - The End of Fencing Staples?

    Probably not the end of staples.
  16. chaded

    Hard Pill to Swallow

    I don’t think I could be excessive but I sure would factor everything I possibly could. Replacement costs are high right now and of course you have all the hassle involved in this. They may not be show cows but genetics that are adapted to your environment doesn’t happen overnight either. I’d...
  17. chaded

    Angus bull

    I think you will do good with him.
  18. chaded

    Angus bull

    I don’t think that bull is a bad bull and I think in a few months he will look even better. My last bull did not look near as nice as that one you got and then around month 18 on some good grass it was like he turned the corner.
  19. chaded

    Angus bull

    The gizmo bull I have is doing great on fescue. Nice and slick and has not melted one bit.
  20. chaded

    Angus bull

    I should be more clear, that is not delivered but delivery was only a few hundred more. It was significantly cheaper than what I thought it would cost from Florida to here.
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