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  1. coachg

    Southern folks...

    Not as “dry” as it use to be , but sometimes it’s smart to bring your own . My neighbor was a deacon at my church but mixed Jack , honey and lemon for cough syrup. Called me one night to see if I could go to the ABC store and get him a fifth. Neighbors always help neighbors in the south.
  2. coachg

    Southern folks...

    Arkansas has some different ones for sure . Bald Knob , Marked Tree , Pocahontas
  3. coachg

    Southern folks...

    Not far from Bald Knob if I remember correctly. 🤔
  4. coachg

    Southern folks...

    Y’all ain’t got a clue . I live in Pisgah , if you know your Bible you’ll know . I really live in Blow Gourd , which is just a rock throw from Lizard Lope . Up hway 71 is Rosalie and the next little community is Flat Rock . I have kin folks that live in Smut Eye which is down the road from...
  5. coachg

    Daily Chuckle

    Just lost my breakfast 🤮
  6. coachg

    Daily Chuckle

    Sorry big O , but it came that way ! 😂 If her feet looked that way I’d hate to see the rest of her ! 😳
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    Daily Chuckle

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    Daily Chuckle

  9. coachg

    Speaking of a touch of ear...

    Was at the local sale barn back in the 70’s I guess when the Brahma craze hit in our area . They were shipping in truck loads of purebred heifers from Florida and selling them by lots of 10 best I remember. They would let a group in the sale ring and they were bouncing off the sides of the ring...
  10. coachg

    Daily Chuckle

    True blond , no dark roots on that one !
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    Daily Chuckle

  12. coachg

    What to do with “purebred” black angus heifers?

    I’d take them back , and he would make it right or I would do my best to let everyone know what type animals he was selling . Lesson learned: don’t buy w/o seeing them .
  13. coachg

    One of those days

    Don’t know if it was a dying reaction like emptying their bowels or if that was her last effort.
  14. coachg

    One of those days

    Well the outcome I expected happened today . Found her dead . I was surprised to see she had delivered the calf remains . Couldn’t tell if she had prolapsed her uterus or if it was placenta. Got her buried in a peaceful spot . Always hurts to lose one . Losing 3 is a gut punch 🥊
  15. coachg

    Daily Chuckle

    I can totally relate ! We are about 5-6 miles east from the Tennessee river as the crow flies . There will be a promising shower forming and it does exactly that or all of it turns and follows the river . We did get some measurable rain last week and the pastures have greened back up . Thankful...
  16. coachg

    One of those days

    I have a great working relationship with my vet . I can’t tell you why we never considered doing a c- section other than he decided the calf was dead , probably 2-3 days . He had worked so long to get legs to pull and couldn’t get the calf through the birth canal . So then he tried to pull the...
  17. coachg

    One of those days

    My daily Bible reading truly fits my past 2 days . Found a 5 year old cow in labor late yesterday, didn’t really think anything about it , her 3 rd calf . Left that pasture and went to the big pasture and found a dead cow . No obvious injuries or reason for her being dead . Got significant rain...
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  19. coachg

    Daily Chuckle

    I found that one about 4 am when I woke up to go for my nightly bathroom visit . First time I read it I was like , I don’t get it ? 🤔 Guess I was still asleep , then it hit me and I thought someone on the cattle forum will bust a gut laughing 😂 at that . Sooooo
  20. coachg

    Daily Chuckle

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