- Aug 9, 2020
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- NW Georgia
Scott said when he took a roll out there tonight, that the big blue roan from the green tag herd...the 10 exposed to the Mexican fighting bull.....came up to the feeders with a new black calf! He said he hadn;t seen her since Sunday night, and now we know why!! I kinda hope the other 9 aren't open now, and are bred the same way. Looks like 1st of March, Bo is gonna use my rig to carry that Dash for Cash/ Mr. Jess Perry filly to that trainer in Ruidoso. I think it is about 90 miles from El Paso or something like that. I am gonna get George to get up to 20 head from the farm with the fighting bull, and Bo will bring them back. And guess who I decided ought to go with him?!!!!You got that right, boss man! It just occurred to me while reading this account about those 10 that might be bred to the Mexican fighting bull. A lot of the nay-sayers on here, those that don't know shyte from shinola about Corriente, Corriente x Angus crosses, (probably never seen one live), or just cattle in general say that they think these cross bred calves have " axe asses", meaning too narrow a rear end, I guess. Well, IF that fighting bull puts more bulk on those calves, like those cattle themselves have. And IF they are as hardy, disease and parasite and worm free as the Corrs are. And IF they don't get any taller than pb Corrs, And IF they thrive on the kinda forage Corrs do. And IF they are as cheap, you might ought to see George about getting 1 or 2 of those bulls. I think there is even a ranch in Texas or New Mexico that breeds them and keeps the registry. Or hell, if one of these 10 are bred to that bull, and has a bull calf, don't cut it..keep it. a Corr momma cow built like UGA....see where I am going.
I know youare in the studio tonight mixing the boys' new album. I am about to turn in now, and you won't get back til 2 or 3 AM! Let me know what you think on here or FB , or call me tomorrow.