Calling cattle breeders in New Foundland and Labrador

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Re: Calling cattle breeders in New Foundland and Labrador

Post by Son of Butch » Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:20 pm

A.J. wrote:Petercoates87 that posts on here from time to time should look into this. I believe he lives in Newfoundland.

Petercoates87 wrote:Would be wicked though 5 free cows!!!

Let's pitch together to send Peter 5 free cows. :idea: We could do one of those go 'Beg Me' fund pages.
$100,000 goal should suffice. I'll volunteer to be the treasurer. Who's all in?

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Re: Calling cattle breeders in New Foundland and Labrador

Post by WalnutCrest » Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:30 pm

Son of Butch wrote:
A.J. wrote:Petercoates87 that posts on here from time to time should look into this. I believe he lives in Newfoundland.

Petercoates87 wrote:Would be wicked though 5 free cows!!!

Let's pitch together to send Peter 5 free cows. :idea: We could do one of those go 'Beg Me' fund pages.
$100,000 goal should suffice. I'll volunteer to be the treasurer. Who's all in?


You can be the treasurer.

I'll sell the cows.
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Re: Calling cattle breeders in New Foundland and Labrador

Post by Petercoates87 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 3:24 pm

Lol funny guys. Oh my everyone is a comedian.

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Re: Calling cattle breeders in New Foundland and Labrador

Post by djinwa » Sat Aug 19, 2017 7:54 pm

Always amazes me how the god of government can determine what should be raised where.

What if shoe prices went up, would they provide incentives to produce those there also? Don't want to import shoes.

I thought central planning has been proven not to work. And somebody has to pay for all the freebies. Freebies aren't free. Guess we all have to be hogs at the trough, getting as many government benefits as we can.
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Re: Calling cattle breeders in New Foundland and Labrador

Post by Nesikep » Sat Aug 19, 2017 8:15 pm

It reminds me of another farm (new brunswick maybe?) where they were looking for a caretaker to manage a herd of cows.. total PETA people, no cow ever dies, the land is free to use, but you have to make a living there.. and no, you're not allowed to raise any livestock to sell.. I took a pass on that!

As I said before, I think a bigger hurdle for NFLD would be slaughter facilities
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