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Angus Cowman

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beware some of the following pics show how crazy those Angus cows can be some were so bad the wife was on top of the truck

this one had a bad hair day


they had us surrounded


Me calling 911 to save us
 

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I think next time you better bring them a treat. They look like they are plotting revenge. :lol:
 

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These cattle will produce market topping calves every time.
Funny :lol2: the "BUTT PEOPLE" haven't BUTTED in. :eek:
 

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Yeah, those wild and crazy Angus will put you in the truck quick. :lol:

This one is obviously a real danger to whoever she decides to lay down by:



As for big butts, I don't think this one is too bad for a six month old calf on momma's milk and good grass:

 

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Frankie":vygepwwh said:
Yeah, those wild and crazy Angus will put you in the truck quick. :lol:

This one is obviously a real danger to whoever she decides to lay down by:



As for big butts, I don't think this one is too bad for a six month old calf on momma's milk and good grass:


Frankie finally posts a a picture, and a good one at that. Nice calf. Nice butt!

No creep at all? Then good for you. I would have thought as a Seedstock producer you would have been creeping your prospects. If you are achieving that kind of look without it that's great
 

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Frankie that looks like one nice calf. How about posting some other views so we can see the whole package.
 

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Nice little bully, definitely looks like he'll be a good little producer for someone. He's got the herd bull look about him too. If cows are putting butts like that on calves, I don't care what they look like.

On one of the commercial properties my dad worked on there was a MG cross cow that had this beehive kind of curl on her head, it was like 3 inches tall. You could tell her a mile away :lol: And she'd always stick her head up suddenly and her beehive would wiggle around. Haha. I'm such a child.
 
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aussie_cowgirl":77r6qysg said:
Nice little bully, definitely looks like he'll be a good little producer for someone. He's got the herd bull look about him too. If cows are putting butts like that on calves, I don't care what they look like.

On one of the commercial properties my dad worked on there was a MG cross cow that had this beehive kind of curl on her head, it was like 3 inches tall. You could tell her a mile away :lol: And she'd always stick her head up suddenly and her beehive would wiggle around. Haha. I'm such a child.
we had a cow that wasn't too eye appealing and she had little short ears(they hadn't been frozen) and the wife started calling her Princess Fiona off of the movie Shrek
 

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Angus Cowman":md2ghm06 said:
aussie_cowgirl":md2ghm06 said:
Nice little bully, definitely looks like he'll be a good little producer for someone. He's got the herd bull look about him too. If cows are putting butts like that on calves, I don't care what they look like.

On one of the commercial properties my dad worked on there was a MG cross cow that had this beehive kind of curl on her head, it was like 3 inches tall. You could tell her a mile away :lol: And she'd always stick her head up suddenly and her beehive would wiggle around. Haha. I'm such a child.
we had a cow that wasn't too eye appealing and she had little short ears(they hadn't been frozen) and the wife started calling her Princess Fiona off of the movie Shrek

Hehehe I like that. When I worked on the feedlot we had this shocker of a steer I used to call Jack Skellington (from nightmare before christmas) because he was all legs. He stood like a foot taller than the rest and it was aaallllll legs.

This is the character Jack Skellington
 

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