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gcreekrch

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We opened gates to the meadows at home a few days ago. Yesterday there were about 60 pairs had wandered in. Dry years make our cows fleshier and the calves are heavier with the harder grass.
I feel a bit shameful knowing others are short of feed. Next year…….
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webfoot

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Cows have started wandering down the road here. Just a small trickle so far. Two or three pairs a day. In a month it will be bunches of 15 or 20 pairs. As grass and water run out up high them old girls know it is time to head for the hay stack.
 

leanin' H

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Things are looking great as usual in BC amigo. You guys have wonderful cattle and take exceptional care of your place. And never be shameful my friend. It brings me hope to see grass that others have. It’ll either start raining again around here consistently or I’ll immigrate to BC 😁
 

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