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Cubes heifers and snow

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02-22-2021 19:57:57

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Took a load of cubes out to the replacement heifer pen for bedding the ol dump truck couldnt make it back up the hill . The cat loader pulled us up though . The heifers are really growing like crazy

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02-23-2021 04:21:54

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 Re: Cubes heifers and snow in reply to svcummins, 02-22-2021 19:57:57  
Nice pictures!!How big do they get when shipped out?And where do you send them when ready?

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02-23-2021 06:25:43

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 Re: Cubes heifers and snow in reply to larry@stinescorner, 02-23-2021 04:21:54  
Are you planning on getting a cow from SV, butchering it, then smoking it?
I remembering my dad made his own butcher shop. One of his hobbies. Growing up on a farm during the depression butchering your own meet was just a way a country boy survived.
When I had a family and friend raised cows. We would buy half the cow when they sent to the butcher shop. Now I buy my butchered meet from Krogers.

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02-23-2021 05:45:31

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 Re: Cubes heifers and snow in reply to larry@stinescorner, 02-23-2021 04:21:54  
These will go to summer range in about June and put the bulls on and with any luck theyll all be bred and go into the herd as replacements

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02-23-2021 01:46:20

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 Re: Cubes heifers and snow in reply to svcummins, 02-22-2021 19:57:57  
SV, what are the temps there in those pictures? Everybody looks good in the herd. Thankfully I didnt have anything calve in below zero temps. She waited until yesterday when our low was right at freezing and gave me a heifer. Have a good day.

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02-23-2021 03:48:07

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 Re: Cubes heifers and snow in reply to wheat straw, 02-23-2021 01:46:20  
Thats nice calving weather. We have warmed up just a bit supposed to be a storm coming through again or there was . Right now about 25 degrees

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