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gcreekrch

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Lucky for her a bull jumped in the heifer pasture last summer after we had pulled bulls. She and two others got caught in a 12 hour period. Not unhappy about the outcome.
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leanin' H

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That’s a great cow!!!! Deep and maternal. I’ll take ten head if you’ll deliver them to the desert. Although if it doesn’t rain out here soon I may deliver a bunch up there to you.
 

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Just a heifer at that H. No passport so it may be a while... or we can meet at the Medicine Line. Bring cash!
 

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Back in the 80's I knew some guys who had a ranch right on the line. When they gathered in the fall the Americans would have some Canadian cows. The Canadians would have some American cows. They would meet at a prearranged place and time on the border about 100 yards apart. They would each head the cows toward home. Cowboys would switch herds and head back home. I wonder if you could do that now?
 

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