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Getting to be an old man , going to be 7 this fall . Our Plattemere Weigh Up son. Thinking seriously about letting him go after August, especially if bulls are still over a dollar a lb . He was a replacement for the bull I originally bought at the Deer Valley sale . That bull had a big corn between his front hoof and went lame after I got him home . Wasn’t real sold on him at first but he has done a great job for us . His daughters are really doing well .
 

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No, I'm a mear 2000 miles away.....
Yeh Red is the other side of the continent. We are the same side but about 900km north of Sydney. We got the edge of the same system but only got 20mm (less than an inch) out of it thank heavens as our ground is already at max saturation. The puddles in my crush video would have been from that system.

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Getting to be an old man , going to be 7 this fall . Our Plattemere Weigh Up son. Thinking seriously about letting him go after August, especially if bulls are still over a dollar a lb . He was a replacement for the bull I originally bought at the Deer Valley sale . That bull had a big corn between his front hoof and went lame after I got him home . Wasn’t real sold on him at first but he has done a great job for us . His daughters are really doing well .
Beefmaster - 3 yrs old
 

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Getting to be an old man , going to be 7 this fall . Our Plattemere Weigh Up son. Thinking seriously about letting him go after August, especially if bulls are still over a dollar a lb . He was a replacement for the bull I originally bought at the Deer Valley sale . That bull had a big corn between his front hoof and went lame after I got him home . Wasn’t real sold on him at first but he has done a great job for us . His daughters are really doing well .
5 yr old reg Red Brangus.
 

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