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A few pics of my bulls. Red/Wht 2 yr old was 2008 ITLA Youth All Age Champion Bull and Res. Grand All Age in the Haltered at The World Show. Kind of poor picture the way he is standing.

Grulla headed bull we are showing this year. He has been champion Junior bull at every show this year accept one.

The White Bull is WORMY DOG.....Son of Awesome Viagra on loan.

Like em'?

FGR_Kelly_s_Hero_09-09.jpg

MK_Smokin_Graphite_09-09.jpg

FGR_Wormy_Dog_2009.jpg


First time posting pictures...can someone help!!!!! :oops: :oops:
 

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2barmcattle":1p5b8bq4 said:
A few pics of my bulls. Red/Wht 2 yr old was 2008 ITLA Youth All Age Champion Bull and Res. Grand All Age in the Haltered at The World Show. Kind of poor picture the way he is standing.

Grulla headed bull we are showing this year. He has been champion Junior bull at every show this year accept one.

The White Bull is WORMY DOG.....Son of Awesome Viagra on loan.

Like em'?

FGR_Kelly_s_Hero_09-09.jpg

MK_Smokin_Graphite_09-09.jpg

FGR_Wormy_Dog_2009.jpg


First time posting pictures...can someone help!!!!! :oops: :oops:

Don't post the thumbnail url, post the url to a larger image. Or you can edit out the word thumb and insert the word medium.
 
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Rustler9":15w1hdyy said:
Really like the Awesome Viagra son. Hvae you used him yet? What do his calves look like?

Thanks Roger!! His Dam is Delta Glitter - Past Champion at the Ft Worth Stock Show from Bob Moores program. I have him on 12 cows with color and my cows with less color are with 'Hero'. Will not see any calves until Spring.

I'm still a greenhorn (7yrs) and LOVING IT. I always enjoy seeing pics of your stuff - always fine looking animals. Ryan and Bill too. :tiphat: :tiphat:

Have you heard anything about Awesome Viagra lately?
 

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2barmcattle":2kqrp9nq said:
His Dam is Delta Glitter - Past Champion at the Ft Worth Stock Show from Bob Moores program.

I remember feeding that Delta Glitter cow. She was a real good cow, very easy on the eyes.

2barmcattle":2kqrp9nq said:
Have you heard anything about Awesome Viagra lately?

They had to put him down last month. Since he was so big, and getting older and arthritic he had trouble getting around. There is a good write up of him in the latest Journal from the TLMA.

Speaking of Viagra, I'll post a new picture of our Viagra son.

Ryan
 

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Whats the breeding like on your younger bull? I think I might like him the best of the 3.

Ryan
 
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Ryan":3kq55j2n said:
2barmcattle":3kq55j2n said:
His Dam is Delta Glitter - Past Champion at the Ft Worth Stock Show from Bob Moores program.

I remember feeding that Delta Glitter cow. She was a real good cow, very easy on the eyes.

Yes she was!!! She died last Spring.

2barmcattle":3kq55j2n said:
Have you heard anything about Awesome Viagra lately?

They had to put him down last month. Since he was so big, and getting older and arthritic he had trouble getting around. There is a good write up of him in the latest Journal from the TLMA.

I had heard that he died but, I didn't know the specifics.

Speaking of Viagra, I'll post a new picture of our Viagra son.

Ryan
 

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My personal pick would be the middle bull. The red spotted bull doesn't excite me and the bottom bull need to be turned into a roping steer.
 

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2barmcattle":3khp2g4q said:
Ryan":3khp2g4q said:
2barmcattle":3khp2g4q said:
His Dam is Delta Glitter - Past Champion at the Ft Worth Stock Show from Bob Moores program.

I remember feeding that Delta Glitter cow. She was a real good cow, very easy on the eyes.

Yes she was!!! She died last Spring.

I had talked to the owner of her, I guess within the last couple years at a show. He said she was getting towards the end. If I remember correctly he had her up close to the house, in a pen taking care of her with the above bull at side.

Ryan
 
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Ryan":15t1smh8 said:
Whats the breeding like on your younger bull? I think I might like him the best of the 3.

Ryan

Dickinsons Coal Smoke and a Phenomenon grandaughter. I'm glad you like him...coming from you that means alot. Wish he had more color. His grulla head and spots(can't see very well in the picture) are kind of unique though.
 
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[/quote]I had talked to the owner of her, I guess within the last couple years at a show. He said she was getting towards the end. If I remember correctly he had her up close to the house, in a pen taking care of her with the above bull at side.

Ryan[/quote]

You are good Sir. That is exactly right. Paul kept her right by the house during her last days. Wormy Dog was her last calf.
 
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BC":3qeb4in6 said:
My personal pick would be the middle bull. The red spotted bull doesn't excite me and the bottom bull need to be turned into a roping steer.

Now.....that would be a mighty big roping steer. Glad you like my young bull. :tiphat:
 

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BC":11c6nfxo said:
My personal pick would be the middle bull. The red spotted bull doesn't excite me and the bottom bull need to be turned into a roping steer.
I'm sure he's considering that---A Roping Steer !!!!!!!!!!! 8)
 

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I hear that Longhorn beef is very lean, I think that all three will eat good...ALF
 

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