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Not any more, we ran 100 head of Black Angus until my dad died in '83. I live 180 miles from the place, my sister lives in Houston. We finally sold since we couldn't trust an overseer and watch him for a distance. My dad was a real cow man, he knew every one by sight and had each one named.
As a teenager I always entered a steer in the FFA cattle show. Never won 1st but had a lot of fun trying. Earned most of my college expenses that way.

A friend down the street raises Angus big time. He's got about 250 acres under grass and does it full time. He's fortunate, his wife has a good deal of money and he doesn't have to make a living at it. If you're ever at an Angus show in GA they go by PABO farms, Swainsboro, GA.
 
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Naw, did grow up on a 400 acre farm. Had a few head of beef cattle mostly just for foodstock. Big dairy herd, pigs, tons of stinky chickens and one nasty son of a bee horse that nobody could ride. Enjoyed the experience.
 
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:cool: --Why is that cow "CRYING" ????

--It ain't a happy cow, so there's no doubt, it ain't from California !!

-- -r- --JIMBO
 

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We raise about 700 pairs. Along with 250 sheep and about 15,000 mink.
 
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Anyhoo...For six of 'em...The feller is gunna don the arm condom and check for they's..."conviction"...bless the folk that likes to don the arm condom... ;)
 
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City slicker here.

Closest I've been to farm animals was the manger scene at the shopping mall last Christmas.

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:cool: Since I already have ONE point against me--

--I refuse to comment on this worthless diatribe by --someone--


-- -r- --JIMBO
 
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