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post #11 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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Its just like working cows just a little quicker some times and buffalo dont get sour like cows. Not as fast anyways.
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post #12 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 05:35 PM
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looks great
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They look delicious.
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Bison are mean . They can hop over a 6 ft fence in the blink of an eye.
I slaughtered mine. I dont like the meat. Prefer beef cattle.
They use young cows to learn cutting, as they dont get as lazy as cattle. I would Never get into a pen with one of them. I hate them after owning two.
mean mean mean critters. my opinion. They are not domesticated . and they are dangerous. Range cattle are lots nicer.
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Ours are deffiantly not domesticated at all but they arent that mean. They are more scared of me then I am of them. Doesnt mean I dont watch my back when I walk in the pen but I highly doubt one of ours would come at someone.

We have had these guys for 3 years now. No way cattle would stay fresh after 3 years...lol
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Cool pics!!!

I have worked buffalo before and they are fun! Its always exciting when your riding a colt that has never seen one before..LOL

The trainer I am riding with now has about 10 head, some of them he's had for 10 years. He still gets yearlings in to work before a big show though.
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one more just for fun cause I love my fat boy :)
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Amazing photos! You and your boy look great.
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Thank you :)
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post #20 of 21 Old 05-31-2012, 10:43 AM
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Bison are mean . They can hop over a 6 ft fence in the blink of an eye.
I slaughtered mine. I dont like the meat. Prefer beef cattle.
They use young cows to learn cutting, as they dont get as lazy as cattle. I would Never get into a pen with one of them. I hate them after owning two.
mean mean mean critters. my opinion. They are not domesticated . and they are dangerous. Range cattle are lots nicer.
We've had purebred beef cattle that were just plain dangerous.

ANY critter has the potential to go back to basic survival mode. Doesn't mean the whole breed or species should be painted with the same brush.

Great photos Nicole!
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