- May 6, 2009
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- Willard, North Carolina
Hate for him to jump in with all those high dollar Angus!
i think he got past that when he posted the picture... he's got enough sheath too build a saddleKNERSIE":1otqwcu5 said:It takes guts to guarantee fertility of a 11 month old calf like this. :clap:
:lol2:HerefordSire":11pr5bwk said:northtexas....will you pay for the registration transfer fee in the included price? :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
What frame size is he? What do the EPD numbers look like?
Avalon":1gykwiun said:I have had this happen. Same type bull crossed the fence and bred 3 of my angus cows. Yes there was a problem. I was nice the first time it happened. The second time it happened I got a really big headache, I told him that I would either chemically castrate his Bull or shoot him. He told me that it was a free range county and that I had to "fence his cattle out" I asked him, dont you have to be responsible for damage? Yes he responed. I showed him a sale ticket from the last group of heifers we sold at a registered sale. They averaged 1500..00 I said thats what you will pay me for any crossbreds I end up with. THE BULL WAS QUICKLY SOLD, He ended up buying a good one from me and we've been good ever since.
northtexas":2a0yhz1b said:>>northtexas....will you pay for the registration transfer fee in the included price? :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: <<
Perhaps you spent all your time studying statistics and forgot to attend geography class. As my name states, I am from Texas. That there fine specimen belongs to one of Frankie's neighbors in Duncan, Oklahama.