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Postby cowsense » Sun Mar 27, 2005 11:06 am

Well BMr, I guess you could tie em up if you wanted to as they're pretty quiet, but ours run out: just try to make sure they got the odd thistle & kochia to eat and a couple of snowballs to suck on for moisture :!: :wink:

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Postby Big Muddy rancher » Sun Mar 27, 2005 1:17 pm

cowsense wrote:Well BMr, I guess you could tie em up if you wanted to as they're pretty quiet, but ours run out: just try to make sure they got the odd thistle & kochia to eat and a couple of snowballs to suck on for moisture :!: :wink:


Sounds like were back to takin' about the Longhorns again. I knew that last comment would get a rise out of you.I've got 25 Black bulls running out eating Grass hay and Bossy bloomer and they are looking great but it has been a nice winter.

Hope your calving is going good don't get run down by those Salers. Have a great Easter.
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Postby cowsense » Sun Mar 27, 2005 2:27 pm

BMr & Tam.... Have a good Easter! I'ts warming up nice and I'm ready for spring... hope the weatherman is too :!:


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