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Yes, my black cows are fat...but my brown ones are kind of skinny. For some reason they don't hang with the herd preferring to hang out in the woods mostly.


 

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BrangusUSA":2mk3i975 said:
Yes, my black cows are fat...but my brown ones are kind of skinny. For some reason they don't hang with the herd preferring to hang out in the woods mostly.



Those brown ones need lead poisoning!
 
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Those brown ones need lead poisoning.

You are right. Did not have my rifle that day last week and they came within 15 yards of my utv.
Carried my rifle almost every day since and have not been able to spot them. Might be better off with shotgun.
 

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BrangusUSA":ix220mv3 said:
Yes, my black cows are fat...but my brown ones are kind of skinny.
For some reason they don't hang with the herd preferring to hang out in the woods mostly.

Those brown ones can be real hard doers.... for the others.
(Maybe you should crossbreed them with St. Bernard)
 

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These ones are hard doers too.. always calving late, flighty as heck, and get docked for the spots. On the other hand the birthweights are low.
 

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