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Tully

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Was a bit boored so grabbed the video camera & went for a bit of a wander
One of the angus heifers we bought to put embryos in (scotch cap granddaughter
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some wagyu females(3yrs) recently flushed & A.I.'d

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some Dictator awnless barley we fenced off to bale, it is about 5' high, I direct drilled it onto chewed down grass country without fertilizer just to use up some seed & it hasn't stopped raining since(june) ,it's better than the crop we sowed into a prepared seed bed with urea.go figure.
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By the way thats my father with my son in the earlier post ...though I do feel that old sometimes
my fault for not adding enough text
ps the yellow stuff in the background is wild turnip it is endemic around here in spring,the whole district looks like the worlds biggest canola field.
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Tully
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Tully

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Yes LB , I think he was called scotch cap USA 14 if my memory serves me correct,The angus breed here is heading into a genetic bottle neck every sale catalogue is the same , GAR this or New design that A bit of a worry at times.
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Tully
 

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