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Pictures May 6 2012

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AngusCowBoy

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Heres some pictures of a bull calf we might keep back if he develops nicely.
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Heres is his dam
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Heres some other pictures, first one is a calf we almost left a bull but decided against it.
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Dam of the almost bull calf
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Pictures of some other cows
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Bulls, not in the best condition but should start looking better now that there on grass, first is 3 year old 2nd is a 2 year old, new bulls havnt be delivered yet
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For you farmers, a 1992 8760, havnt got much done yet in the feild, but hopefully start seeding next week
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Thanks for the pictures, you have really nice black cattle. What part of ND do you live in maybe we are neighbors, Im se of bismarck
 

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Thanks for the kind words guys, and we live NW of Minot in between Stanley and Kenmare.
 

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is your farm/ranch negatively or positively impacted by the oil boom? Dont mean to be nosey just asking?
 

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ND Farmer said:
is your farm/ranch negatively or positively impacted by the oil boom? Dont mean to be nosey just asking?

I would say it is negatively impacted, the roads are a complete joke, there people that think its fun to go out and tear up your feilds with there pickups in the middle of the night, alot more traffic, and alot of trash roling in, the only advantage would be if you work in the patch, or if you get oil checks and we get neither, so I would just as soon have no boom, but thats just me.
 

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AngusCowBoy said:
ND Farmer said:
is your farm/ranch negatively or positively impacted by the oil boom? Dont mean to be nosey just asking?

I would say it is negatively impacted, the roads are a complete joke, there people that think its fun to go out and tear up your feilds with there pickups in the middle of the night, alot more traffic, and alot of trash roling in, the only advantage would be if you work in the patch, or if you get oil checks and we get neither, so I would just as soon have no boom, but thats just me.



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