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Postby jscunn » Tue Jan 24, 2006 10:24 am

Welcome Bud from your neighbor to the south (Escambia County,FL)
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Postby Running Arrow Bill » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:14 am

LonghornRanch wrote:I am new to this board also.... you will find out pretty quick that Crowder is really good at stiring the pot! I like the "humor" of the members here. Caustic is pretty good with the one liners!

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Welcome aboard! "Longhorn Breeders Pull Trailers...No Calves!" LOL... ;-)
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New to board, too.

Postby wen » Thu Feb 02, 2006 11:00 pm

Also new to board. Have small 75 acre farm in North Central Texas with 7 cows, 1 Brangus bull, 2 calves, and 2 heifers.
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Bud In lower Ala
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Postby Bud In lower Ala » Sun Feb 05, 2006 10:21 pm

Wen, It is always good to hear from Texas. My great Grand daddy moved to Texas after the Un Civil war, but my grand daddy stayed in Ala. I've got a lot of kinfolks buried out there and their old bones have enriched that soil. I wont tell you who they are, because there may be a warrant still out on some of the descendents. :roll: I even lived out there in East Texas and Ft Worth about 5 years. I loved it, but Ala called Me home.
My god bless you and prosper you :cboy:
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Postby Dr Bob the Health Builder » Mon Feb 06, 2006 3:36 am

I am here at the request of Brad Watson from East TX to support organics from another angle - health.
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Bud In lower Ala
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Postby Bud In lower Ala » Mon Feb 06, 2006 1:14 pm

Dr Bob, I have to admit that I didn't know who Brad Watson was, so I looked up his post. Now I really don't recommend using my dear departed ancestors to enrich Texas soil. But it was interesting to read all about organic farming. I do know that when I lived in Hunt County, Tx and tried to raise a few cows there in 1977, the folks told me the soil was worn out and you couldn't grow a good cotton crop any more. Of course My Folks lived down in De Leon, and Lubbock :roll: If I remember correctly they did raise some pretty good cotton in the Panhandle.
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Postby alabama » Mon Feb 06, 2006 2:40 pm

Hello from east alabama
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