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Oklahoma rancher needs pasture

Faster horses

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A friend called and he has a friend in Oklahoma who is in need
of pasture for 100 yearlings and 100 2 and 3 year olds. He could
use it for 6 months, but 3-4 months would sure work.

Kansas or Nebraska would be preferred, but would consider other
places.

Thanks and if you know of someone, please PM me and I will
pass it along.
 

nortexsook

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All of us in Texas or Oklahoma could use some pasture!!!!!!!!!!!!

That is no big secret. PM me with any information on leases available!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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I thought so, but I said I would post it here. If I get any response,
you betcha! I will pass it along. Sorry you folks are in such dire
straits there.

I think we are more used to drought in that it's not such
a crisis here when it happens to us, which is often.
 

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This offer will go quickly if not already taken;
Holistic Management International
Bob Kinford is offering a lease pasture for 600 yearlings. Cattle will be herded through a rotational grazing plan on daily basis.
If anyone is interested in this lease you can contact Bob at [email protected]
 

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Faster horses said:
I thought so, but I said I would post it here. If I get any response,
you betcha! I will pass it along. Sorry you folks are in such dire
straits there.

I think we are more used to drought in that it's not such
a crisis here when it happens to us, which is often.

I used to think that until this drought hit. I still got a pretty good stock pile of feed but it sure is hard to have it and see others needing it. I have parceled out some. There are some guys grazing crp, but there sure isn't much there.
 

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I have pasture here in Texas, but no grass or water. :roll: They shipping all of the yearlings a couple of weeks ago in hopping the rains come and the grass grows.

We are also loosing some of our nice trees to the drought.
 

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