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The Stock Market is Fluctuating!
All I can hear from Yall is Panic.
Y'all firing financial advisors, Market analysts, putting off Retirement....
Meeting the Money Gurus...
Chill.
Don't worry....Be Happy....
It's all BS....
Just ask the Voldoc....
Don't make no F---n Difference anyway....
Oh, I did fire my Money Market Manager, but only because he was Meaner than Hell, trying to kill me. Weighed 2,000 pounds.
Just ask Dean In Colorado about these things.

 

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You need to realize that when it comes to cattle every one of them has the potential of being damned, they know that they are going to be turned into hamburger, so they wait for there chance to get you.
To many people who deal with cattle think they are cowboys. The name alone tells who it is. “Boy” its a young male human being who is quick, agile with good reflex’s and they can run fast.
To many of these so called cowboys ( myself included ) are decrepit ole farts who have lost their reflex’s, can hardly walk,let alone run. The name for those people should be “ Ole Cow Farts “. Leave the damn cows to the young bucks.
The young bucks hang in their and do the job if the ole farts aren’t so damn dispicableaby ornery and drive them off and away. We ain’t boys anymore. But you need to realize that we need boys, not ole farts
 

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The old guy that has rented my dad's property since we were kids got one of his bulls loaded up and hauled off to slaughter about 5 years or so ago...… It turned on him before he could get out of the way and he spent some time in the hospital after it messed him up like a soup sandwich! he wasn't right after that...barely gets around now.

I stay clear of them bastards...one of the places I hunt they used to keep 2-3 bulls in a pasture and the got along just fine....put one in each pasture across the road from each other with cows and they would stare each other down and make all kinds of racket. I remember we were up there and one was tearing the hell out of a gate trying to get to the other bull across the road and my buddy is there beating it on the head with a big ol chunk of wood. I just laughed cause that big ass bull wasn't fazed one damn bit.
 

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I almost met my maker at the hooves of a 500+ pound P.O.'d boar hog. We were butchering and I was standing ready with the knife to cut the throat. The guy shooting (.22 rimfire) missed and then the party started. Blood spraying our his shout and the most gawd awful racket he was making. I just made it up on the fence when he went through the bottom rungs. The standby with the 30-30 took over to finish the job. Never helped with hog slaughter again.
 

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On the farm when I was much younger we had a Jersey bull that was more ornery than mean. He got lose when the fuel supplier sent couple of painters out to paint the tanks red. Well when the bull threw some feed sacks up in the air to show off , Mom sent me out to retrieve him ( he liked me, hated mom ) all I know is those two guys felt pretty silly when a ten year kid leads the mean bull back to the barn setting on top of the tanks covered in red paint they just applied. Those were the days !! Mike
 

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Guess I'd better add my two cents worth being JR thru my name in here.;)
We try to keep the wild, high headed bulls off our farm, they just tend breed that into the heifers we keep. Our crew is getting older for some reason and can't outrun the bad ones any more, bulls or cows.
Always fun in the spring when we gather the bulls to put them out with the cows, they can get along all winter in a pasture but when we start moving them around they all have to try to prove who's the boss. All you can do is stay out of the way, they can destroy the corrals, gates and anything else in the way, we've even had one kill the other. We have about 40 bulls in the pasture right now, boss man will buy a couple more before breeding season.
Had one about the size of JRs die a couple weeks ago, don't know why but it only took the coyotes about five days to clean it up! :eek:
GOD BLESS. Dean
 

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Did you ever consider using AI (artificial insemination) on the cows? Puts a bull out of a job, but if it keeps you out of the hospital or on the top side of the grass it might be worth it. (?) I'd hate so have you get injured. WD
 

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Did you ever consider using AI (artificial insemination) on the cows? Puts a bull out of a job, but if it keeps you out of the hospital or on the top side of the grass it might be worth it. (?) I'd hate so have you get injured. WD
My buddies brother used to have to help do that on the farm.......we always asked him how he kept his big ass on the bucket.:D
 
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