7 degrees of separation: The angus breed of the future?

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Re: 7 degrees of separation: The angus breed of the future?

Post by Gators Rule » Thu May 31, 2018 2:22 pm

I think most would rather we just shut up and not let the cat out of the bag, per se.


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Re: 7 degrees of separation: The angus breed of the future?

Post by True Grit Farms » Thu May 31, 2018 4:01 pm

Gators Rule wrote:I think most would rather we just shut up and not let the cat out of the bag, per se.


That'll make the breed better.
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Re: 7 degrees of separation: The angus breed of the future?

Post by Ebenezer » Thu May 31, 2018 6:24 pm

"is it possible that AAA is leading the way in requirements....because they are leading the way in the number of problems?"
My opinion: they have a upper echelon with an elitist attitude that has been drug into the need to deal with some of the problems. They swept them under the rug as long as they could. There are still problems being ignored but clean boys don't want to get their meeting clothes dirty or want to socialize with peons. Cattle breeding, real cattle breeding, is a low priority. A government all to itself with the problems of government: nepotism, buddy-buddy, hidden bad deals, secret meetings, members treated as low class. It has been growing a long time. I do not expect to see better: too much money in CAB. Tail wagging the dog.

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Re: 7 degrees of separation: The angus breed of the future?

Post by WalnutCrest » Sat Jun 09, 2018 7:29 am

It stacks defects so those critters can be culled. This is a good thing!
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