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what are you listening to right now
by Cross-7 (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 11:03:36 GMT+5)
RanchMan90 wrote:https://youtu.be/53295iYXaOk y'all might enjoy this one


Marty Robbins like
I enjoyed it



calf can't walk
by dieselbeef (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 11:02:35 GMT+5)
is it a dairy breed?



Parthenais Cattle
by slick4591 (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 09:52:00 GMT+5)
The guy in South Carolina but I cannot find his info either



Poll - 'Antiques'
by True Grit Farms (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 09:42:11 GMT+5)










Banvel/dicamba
by greybeard (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 09:20:50 GMT+5)
Bigfoot wrote:I'd like to walk out of the house in the morning and say,"Well dang, somebody a half mile away must have sprayed some 2 four D, because every weed on my place is dead."
If you find someone like that, I know of a place for sale near me...



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Every old man feeding cows
by greybeard (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 09:06:04 GMT+5)
Bigfoot wrote:I'm surprised more people aren't following him. I'm sure he appeals to the younger crowd, because my kids see his stuff on their social media. They share the stuff, they think I'll like.

It's intersting that someone can turn social media into their catapult to popularity. Lots of people just go on rants about everyday things, and people can't wait for their next one. I gripe all the time, but nobody wants to hear it.
Internet fame and glory..lookin to make that one 'viral' video for whatever reason.

I watch a few (Baxter Black type) but that's about it. The Hoodoo cow and Uterine prolapse are still among his best.



Controversy
by greybeard (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:54:09 GMT+5)
dun wrote:Son of Butch wrote:The Lumberjack song and he's okay

https://youtube.com/watch?v=sZa26_esLBE
Thank you for that. I ended up spending an hour watching old MP clips.
That happens to me almost every time I watch a youtube video. Watch one, and then see the menu on the right and next thing I know I've wasted a lot of time...and data.



What are you eating today?
by 1982vett (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:37:43 GMT+5)
wacocowboy wrote:1982vett wrote:wacocowboy wrote:
I mostly like honey wheat. Only time I really like white bread is with BBQ.
Need to try some of the white breads from the HEB bakery and leave the Wonder Bread type on the bread aisle alone..... The English Toasting Bread is good as is the Sourdough. They have a multigrain and a seven grain that I like too. I don't eat a lot of bread so I don't mind its extra cost. Wife bakes an Amish Bread that is good for toast, not so much for sandwiches.

Sounds good will have to look into it. Do they slice it for you? I love homemade bread.
You can get it either way......if your their at the right time. I haven't quite figured out when the best time to be their to get exactly what you want is.....



Bulls 2017
by lithuanian farmer (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:33:05 GMT+5)
Sold two bulls from the group of five. One- grey- had kill-out 61.8%, another- red horned- had 64.5%. Both out of first calvers, which were sired by our homebred crossbred bull AngusxCharx. One cow is out of Angusxdairy cow, another out of BBxdairy cow. Both cows have heifers this year, so probably gonna leave both as replacements.
Should sell 7 more soon.



Yearling Calf Staggers After Pour-on Ivermectin
by Bright Raven (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:20:41 GMT+5)
callmefence wrote:I 've lost one I believe due to accidental double pour. At least I believe that's what killed it.
Similar symptoms.
Kinda worrisome when I think about how much I've spilled on myself.

Ain't that the truth! Same with UltraBoss. I get at least a double dose everytime I use it..



Why some people move
by greybeard (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:07:43 GMT+5)
Farm Fence Solutions wrote:

This is the day before I came to your place, Fence. It gets expensive, but sometimes you just have to fly them all along behind you.
Kate's 9th birthday party at American Girl in Dallas with my wife, mom, sister, and Stevie. I like the travel, so long as they get to go with me. Should give a little insight into the priorities of the boss, as well.
When I worked as a service hand (glorified mechanic) for a drilling company, I often took the family with me when I went on a call. They stayed in a nearby motel while I was on the rig, and afterwards, we saw the local sights together.

And of course, moved frequently under orders when I was in the military.
My immediate and extended family were aghast when I told them I was taking wife and kids with me when I went to Cuba for 2 years.



crushing blow from the left.
by greybeard (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:03:28 GMT+5)
callmefence wrote::lol2http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/06/23/california-bans-state-travel-to-texas-3-other-states-over-anti-lgbt-laws.html

:lol2http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/06/23/california-bans-state-travel-to-texas-3-other-states-over-anti-lgbt-laws.htmlI hope we make it... You think maybe they'll come get the hoards of whining teats that have already migrated here.
What can we do to pizz Colorado off enough to do the same
.

I wish!!!!



Santa gertrudis
by BC (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:00:30 GMT+5)

A Sim x Angus cow with a Santa Gertrudis sired calf.



JD 5055e (v) 5065e
by jltrent (Posted Sat, 24 Jun 2017 07:59:42 GMT+5)
True Grit Farms wrote:I'm sure not impressed with the longevity of the 2.9 three cylinder turbo engine. I have a 5400 JD with that exact engine and get about 2500 hours between rebuilds. The main problem with the tractor is 540 pto is achieved at 2400 rpm. So every time you mow or grind feed you have to run it wide open. I have a 1020 with the same engine but no turbo that has 6k hours and still has no real blow by. We work our equipment really hard but service it regularly.
That is the biggest problem with my JD5210 2.9 engine is the PTO is so slow, but it does give a little more power at the pto because of this. I bought a turbo and had the parts ordered as I was going to make a turbo tractor out of my JD5210. I got to digging a little deeper and found that the rod pins are bigger on the turbo tractors with the same engine 2.9 and resold the turbo and sent the parts back.



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TENNESSEE FIELD DAY TO BE HELD JUNE 22
Whether you're a beef cattle producer or a tobacco producer, you can learn useful strategies to make your operation more productive at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture's Tobacco, Beef and More Field Day.
ABBA NATIONAL BRAHMAN SHOW TO BE HELD IN HATTIESBURG, MISS.
The ABBA National Brahman Show will be held in Hattiesburg, Miss., October 2-7, 2017 at the Forest County Multi-Purpose Center.
ABBA HOLDS ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
The American Brahman Breeders Association (ABBA) held its 93rd Annual Membership Meeting March 8 in Houston where they initiated a new president, board members, and officers, and recognized outstanding members of the Brahman breed.
BE VIGILANT TO PREVENT HERD HEALTH RISKS
Beef cattle producers should be observant when conducting annual health vaccination protocols on their cattle, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts.
TAKE MEASURES TO PREVENT FOOT PROBLEMS IN HERD
As is common every year about this time, I have been getting calls and emails regarding hoof problems producers are seeing in their cattle. Generally this starts with “I've been having several cases of foot rot over the last few weeks. . . . ,” and the follow up discussion covers potential treatment and prevention.
IT'S THE PITTS -- PROCRASTINATE NOW
Today or not today, that is the question. Will you finally fix the toilet your wife has been nagging you about, or will you man-up, offer up a flimsy excuse and live to plunge another day?
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- FUNDAMENTALS REMAIN STRONG AT MID-YEAR
“There is no guarantee prices will remain this strong, but there is also no information suggesting prices should decline,” says Andrew P. Griffith, agricultural economist at the University of Tennessee in his early-June market comments.
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- SQUIRRELED AWAY
Hooter's old friend, Uncas Bingelmeyer was usually more carefree than the owner of a new credit card at a discount store. Today, though, he watched the scenery speed by as if they were approaching doom instead of Tulsa.
PLAN PROPERLY TO MANAGE YEARLING HEIFER BREEDING
Developing and breeding yearling heifers can be equally rewarding and frustrating. The process is too timely and costly to land anywhere short of success. The technology around estrus synchronization continues to evolve and improve. However, the best protocols alone are not enough to create high pregnancy rates. It requires meticulous planning to properly execute the synchronization protocol and nutrition programs. It all matters when fighting for a few percentage points.
WELL-DESIGNED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REQUIRES PLANNING
Every business has (or should have) a means of measuring and analyzing the various factors that play a role in overall performance and profitability as well as to help in decision making. Cattle operations are no different.
LOOK FOR SIGNS TO REDUCE AND HANDLE HEAT STRESS
Warmer temperatures are quickly approaching, and that means livestock producers should start considering how to help their animals handle the heat.
BLACK INK -- ARE WE THERE YET?
We were bringing a little preschool friend out to our house for the afternoon. She was a town kid and about every three miles, she'd ask, “Are we ALMOST there?”
IT'S THE PITTS -- HOW TO LOAD A HORSE
Here is the correct way to load a horse.
GIVE YOUNG WILDLIFE SPACE TO GROW
Spring is a glorious time of year. Flowers and leaves are not the only signs of new life. Plenty of food and warmer weather make this the perfect time for wildlife to mate and raise their offspring.
BLACK INK -- ARE YOU ON TRACK?
Biology says it takes two years from the day you breed cows till their calves can be harvested for beef or join the breeding herd to calve as two-year-olds. Decisions before, after and during any two-year span can make a big difference.

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