7 day old buffalo calf

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  1. FS Driver

    FS Driver New Member

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    got to see and pet a 7 day old buffalo calf today and
    this was after catching several cats and a few bass
    at my bosses house .
    had to go in the lake a foot up my leg to save my 4600 hank parker
    abu and was lucky it stopped right as i was going in after it LOL
    dern little 2 lb channel pulled it in like a freight train !!!
     
  2. FS Driver

    FS Driver New Member

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    shoot sorry i was aiming to post pics in that previous post

    here they are ell 3 of them any way
     

  3. FS Driver

    FS Driver New Member

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    heres the last 3
    the horse barn is about a 800 grand horse stall arena and living quarters
    solar heated floors.
    next trip i will get to take picture of the upstairs veiwing rooms office etc.
     
  4. Phil Washburn

    Phil Washburn New Member

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    Darryl, i saw a horse, a kid, and a fish....where is the buffalo?:confused:
     
  5. Phil Washburn

    Phil Washburn New Member

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    oooohhh...the second set of pics:)
     
  6. Believer

    Believer New Member

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    That's one cute little gut, but suddenly i'm feeling very hungry! :)
     
  7. Crispy Critter

    Crispy Critter New Member

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    It sounds like you had a real good time out there,I bet the kids enjoyed it.Looks like your boss has a real nice horse barn out there.Looked like a nice little calf too,We have several buffalo farms here by Me.They make some real tasty burgers when they get older.:)
     
  8. FS Driver

    FS Driver New Member

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    thanks guys,
    dee when i lived in mnt.home ark i heard of a couple beefaloe
    farms near that area ,could be the same ones.
    they claimed the meat was much better than beef.
    i would like to try it sometime.
    dont want to eat what i pet though:rolleyes: would have to not know
    the "victem" and especially if it had a name , like honey
    and would rather my kids not had their pic took with it LOL
     
  9. RIP

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    Nice place, I know what you mean about not wanting to know your eatting the pet. When I was a kid my dad had some cows, we had one steer we named muley, he would let you pet him, ride him, he would follow you around like a dog or something. Anyway my dad had him slaughtered, when it came time to eat some muley roast my dad told me not to say anything to my stepsisters about what it was we were eatting. Well at the table in the middle of the meal I said "I sure miss ol'muley, but he sure makes for a fine meal." My three stepsisters about lost it, my stepmother got all mad and my dad, well lets just say my rump roast got cooked like ol'muley. LOL
     
  10. BIG GEORGE

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    Nice pics Darryl. Some great names for pets are "Breakfast Lunch and Dinner!"
     
  11. bro_catfish

    bro_catfish New Member

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    Thats some nice pictures there.. the calf is a good looking little fella ..better make freinds with him now though , cause sooner or later he will be big enough to turn over you little S-10

    BTW I love the Guns N Roses shirt your son has on lol
     
  12. Crispy Critter

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    Yea,there are several of the beefalo farms around the ozarks here.I like it better than buffalo,it's not quite as strong or gamey tasting.

    I know what you mean about not wanting to get to know your food,lol!! I know alot of people like that.I never gave too much thought to it myself,We used to raise beef and pork and I knew all along where it was going to end up.:dribble: I like My meat and taters and I would rather know where they came from but I can see the other side of the issue too.

    OK,enough of the food talk I'm getting hungry and I already have My belt let out about 3 notches from Mom's big Easter Dinner.lol!!
     
  13. FS Driver

    FS Driver New Member

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    :tounge_out: :tounge_out: wonder how many easter bunnies are going to end up on unsuspecting kids dinner plates in a couple months:eek:
     
  14. YeeHaw

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    That's a cute little picture ya got there.
     
  15. peewee williams

    peewee williams New Member

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    Thanks for sharing.I really enjoyed the trip with you.I think the calf and the kid are in love.Ain;t life great.peewee-williams