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Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:44 am
by 1982vett
Ky hills wrote:
Bestoutwest wrote:
greybeard wrote:Some of yall need to get out a little more...expand your horizons so to speak..........
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I think biting into this would be like getting soda when you expect milk. I'm not sure I could do it.


I know exactly what to expect biting into that, makes hungry just seeing that picture of it. :D
that one does look good and I know what I’d like to expect, I expect more meat than batter. Unfortunately, these days I’m more often disappointed. Had one at a cafe in Hillsboro a couple weeks ago. Paper thin meat. :(

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:51 am
by JMJ Farms
True Grit Farms wrote:Do black cows have bigger rumps?


Yes. Anything black has a bigger rump. Just pay closer attention next time you’re at the grocery store :hide:

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 12:08 pm
by JMJ Farms
JMJ Farms wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:Do black cows have bigger rumps?


Yes. Anything black has a bigger rump. Just pay closer attention next time you’re at the grocery store :hide:


Edited to add: This phenomenon is more common in younger stock. Once a certain age of maturity is reached it equals out more.

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:07 pm
by Nesikep
JMJ Farms wrote:
JMJ Farms wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:Do black cows have bigger rumps?


Yes. Anything black has a bigger rump. Just pay closer attention next time you’re at the grocery store :hide:


Edited to add: This phenomenon is more common in younger stock. Once a certain age of maturity is reached it equals out more.

I find calves that don't have a good rump turn into hatched arses as they age, the ones with a fat arse as calves lose some of it as they age, but still look good

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:14 pm
by True Grit Farms
Nesikep wrote:
JMJ Farms wrote:
JMJ Farms wrote:
Yes. Anything black has a bigger rump. Just pay closer attention next time you’re at the grocery store :hide:


Edited to add: This phenomenon is more common in younger stock. Once a certain age of maturity is reached it equals out more.

I find calves that don't have a good rump turn into hatched arses as they age, the ones with a fat arse as calves lose some of it as they age, but still look good

The one's I see gain with age, and don't look good to me.

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:35 pm
by M-5
1982vett wrote:
M-5 wrote:
okiek wrote:I knew someone from the north, east, or southeast wouldn't "understand" chicken fried steak. I'll never forget the trip I took with my parents in the 70's up the east coast and the looks I got when I tried to order it at every restaurant we stopped at!!


That should have been a sign. "they ain't no such thang" as a chicken fried steak. I would pay money to see a chicken fry up some cubed steak but it would be impossible because they don't have hands.

Well actually by your definition.....fried chicken with a batter would actually be called southern fried chicken.....case in point, the Thanksgiving fried turkey isn’t battered either. :mrgreen:


I guess if you battered a turkey it would be chicken fried turkey. and everyone should know that you don't batter a chicken you just roll the parts in flour and drop it in the grease.

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 2:48 pm
by Nesikep
True Grit Farms wrote:The one's I see gain with age, and don't look good to me.

Is it gained fat, or gained muscle?

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 2:59 pm
by True Grit Farms
Nesikep wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:The one's I see gain with age, and don't look good to me.

Is it gained fat, or gained muscle?

I'd say mostly fat, because they just lay around and have babies.

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 3:19 pm
by Nesikep
If that's the case they need to milk more

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 4:18 pm
by ALACOWMAN
True Grit Farms wrote:
Nesikep wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:The one's I see gain with age, and don't look good to me.

Is it gained fat, or gained muscle?

I'd say mostly fat, because they just lay around and have babies.
y'all still talking about cattle right?

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:18 pm
by ALACOWMAN
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Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 6:09 pm
by TCRanch
JMJ Farms wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:Do black cows have bigger rumps?


Yes. Anything black has a bigger rump. Just pay closer attention next time you’re at the grocery store :hide:

:lol: :lol: Baby Got Back: I like big butts and I cannot lie . . . .

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 6:30 pm
by JMJ Farms
TCRanch wrote:
JMJ Farms wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:Do black cows have bigger rumps?


Yes. Anything black has a bigger rump. Just pay closer attention next time you’re at the grocery store :hide:

:lol: :lol: Baby Got Back: I like big butts and I cannot lie . . . .


Been a long time since I heard that one TC!
Red beans and rice didn’t miss her :lol2:

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:09 pm
by 1982vett
M-5 wrote:
I guess if you battered a turkey it would be chicken fried turkey. and everyone should know that you don't batter a chicken you just roll the parts in flour and drop it in the grease.

:mrgreen: oh man....Colonel Sanders just fainted.... :lol2:

Re: Why so much emphasis on the rump?

Posted: Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:10 am
by NEFarmwife
ohiosteve wrote: I ask myself why does this matter when it is just the round and I thought this was a low grade of beef. I've never heard anyone bragging about their round steaks, and round roasts are not very expensive. I'm sure I'm missing something.


You ever marinate a roast and smoke it low and slow? Good Lord.... a glimpse of heaven.