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HAY MAKER said:
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I dont know Kato,not sure I care.I can tell you with certainty its not 18000 any more just checked and its 18+ R CALF has been slow getting to TEXAS,if they do as good of a job here as they did in Montanna,numbers could easily surpass 30000.............good luck
How many members do you think they will have in Texas if they decide that Texas beef is tainted and a genuine risk of death to the rest of the US. :wink:


same story Miss Tam wwwwwwaaaaaaaayyyyyyy to many "IF'S".........good luck ps would you call this fear mongering?

I think you say something to this affect about a post I put on about "if the Texas cow comes back Positive...". A day later I was able to take out the if as she was positive wasn't she Haymaker? Time will tell. :wink: Texas may be the next on R-CALFs hit list. :shock:
ps would you call this fear mongering
Why Haymaker are you scared I'm right. :wink:
 

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Enough of this dumb advertising for an even dumber outfit like r-calf. All they really represent are a bunch of rich, self-centered cowboys. They couldn't care less who suffers as long as they get richer. And if their mouthpiece haymaker is any indication, they truly are pathetic. If they need some old sour fart like him to push their ridiculous agenda, they have already lost. His tiresome repititious drivel is getting real old.
When the border opens, and it will open, Canada is going to put idiots like him out of business, if he even has any cattle. We proved before that we are more efficient, just imagine how tough Canadian ranchers are now after another round of illegal trade disruption.
Those r-calf fatcats in Montana had better be buying Canadian calves, because theirs are about to drop hard. But they wouldn't have the guts to show up in person at a Canadian auction mart, people like that are cowards. We had better not find out who is buying for them either, cause we wouldn't bother to open the door, just throw them straight through it. :twisted: [/b]
 

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Enough of this dumb advertising for an even dumber outfit like r-calf. All they really represent are a bunch of rich, self-centered cowboys. They couldn't care less who suffers as long as they get richer. And if their mouthpiece haymaker is any indication, they truly are pathetic. If they need some old sour fart like him to push their ridiculous agenda, they have already lost. His tiresome repititious drivel is getting real old.
When the border opens, and it will open, Canada is going to put idiots like him out of business, if he even has any cattle. We proved before that we are more efficient, just imagine how tough Canadian ranchers are now after another round of illegal trade disruption.
Those r-calf fatcats in Montana had better be buying Canadian calves, because theirs are about to drop hard. But they wouldn't have the guts to show up in person at a Canadian auction mart, people like that are cowards. We had better not find out who is buying for them either, cause we wouldn't bother to open the door, just throw them straight through it. :twisted: [/b]

That's mighty big talk with a
key board boy, I wish I could get your big talkin butt down here in Texas,
it would take every bit of 3 minutes to teach you a few manners........good luck
 

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Redriver-We proved before that we are more efficient

Please explain how you are more efficient than us?

government subsidies,would be my guess...............good luck PS are you caught up on your baleing Rancher?
 
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Redriver-We proved before that we are more efficient

Please explain how you are more efficient than us?

government subsidies,would be my guess...............good luck PS are you caught up on your baleing Rancher?

I just heard where the Saskatchewan government is going to "give" Maple Leaf Foods $35 million to build a new hog slaughter house in Saskatoon--But I thought Canadian agriculture wasn't government subsidized :???: :? :wink:
 

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Tiny little Manitoba has a local provincial cattle organization called the Manitoba Cattle Producers Association.

The Manitoba Cattle Producers Association represents about 12,000 stock growers engaged primarily in cow-calf operations but also including a number of commercial feedlots.

Now, let's compare.

USA . Population 300 million or so.
Manitoba. Population about a million and a half.

How come Manitoba can come up with 12,000 members for the MCPA, and the entire United States of America can only come up with 16 or 18,000 for R-Calf?

:???: :???: :???:



Good luck. :wink: Have a nice day. :D


I dont know Kato,not sure I care.I can tell you with certainty its not 18000 any more just checked and its 18+ R CALF has been slow getting to TEXAS,if they do as good of a job here as they did in Montanna,numbers could easily surpass 30000.............good luck

Where would your prices be if the cattle inventory was at the 1996 peak levels of 103.5 million head as opposed to the current inventory that obtained a cyclical low in 2004 at 94.9 million head? That is an 8.6 million head reduction in domestic cattle inventories. How could any sane person attribute the higher prices to the restriction on cattle imports from Canada? Cattle imports from Canada would comprise less than 1.5% of out total cattle and less that 5% of our annual cattle slaughter. Shucks Haymaker, I believe even you should be able to understand this. Don't prove me wrong now; I am betting on you!!!!
 

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haymaker, you're just another big-talkin r-calf coward. If I came down to Texas, you'd be hiding behind yo mama's skirt, boy![/b]
 

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Oldtimer said:
HAY MAKER said:
rancher said:
Please explain how you are more efficient than us?

government subsidies,would be my guess...............good luck PS are you caught up on your baleing Rancher?

I just heard where the Saskatchewan government is going to "give" Maple Leaf Foods $35 million to build a new hog slaughter house in Saskatoon--But I thought Canadian agriculture wasn't government subsidized :???: :? :wink:
Maple Leaf....Canadian agriculture?
Maple Leaf is part of the pork industry not the hog industry. Don't you recall the R-Calf party line Oldtimer in regards to the US packers and the beef industry and the cattle industry? :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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Bill said:
Oldtimer said:
HAY MAKER said:
government subsidies,would be my guess...............good luck PS are you caught up on your baleing Rancher?

I just heard where the Saskatchewan government is going to "give" Maple Leaf Foods $35 million to build a new hog slaughter house in Saskatoon--But I thought Canadian agriculture wasn't government subsidized :???: :? :wink:
Maple Leaf....Canadian agriculture?
Maple Leaf is part of the pork industry not the hog industry. Don't you recall the R-Calf party line Oldtimer in regards to the US packers and the beef industry and the cattle industry? :lol: :lol: :lol:

You know Bill OT sounds like one of the @*@** Canadian socialists, that he is always complaining about.always bitching about Cargill and the other evil American Corporations.The way hes bitching abouth Maple -Leaf Foods you would think .He,s running for president of R-pork> Bitchs when the sun comes up bitches when the sun goes down.

Ot want to post that maple -leaf article.
 

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Oldtimer said:
HAY MAKER said:
rancher said:
Please explain how you are more efficient than us?

government subsidies,would be my guess...............good luck PS are you caught up on your baleing Rancher?

I just heard where the Saskatchewan government is going to "give" Maple Leaf Foods $35 million to build a new hog slaughter house in Saskatoon--But I thought Canadian agriculture wasn't government subsidized :???: :? :wink:


Hay Maker Ot did you boys ever get any subsidies? Tell the truth now boys :lol:
 

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