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        03-06-2013, 01:01 PM
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    Thats halarious RoperChick! At least you know you probably won't ever have a problem with cow aggression with her?


    I let my mini mare meet some cattle last week just for the heck of it. She bit a poor 3 week old Jersey calf on the nose the second it stuck its nose out to sniff her! I felt horrible, and I'm sure that baby is scarred for life now! It had the most horrified look in it's face.
         
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        03-06-2013, 01:16 PM
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    That was fantastic! What a horse!
         
        03-06-2013, 01:43 PM
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    Id rather have my trained cow horses doing what theyre trained to do at liberty than ...... this......
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    Shell let the babies lick her for HOURS...and the other day they tried to nurse off her O.o
    This is cute and so funny! My Trigger panics around cattle ha ha
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        03-06-2013, 01:48 PM
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    Thats halarious RoperChick! At least you know you probably won't ever have a problem with cow aggression with her?


    I let my mini mare meet some cattle last week just for the heck of it. She bit a poor 3 week old Jersey calf on the nose the second it stuck its nose out to sniff her! I felt horrible, and I'm sure that baby is scarred for life now! It had the most horrified look in it's face.

    Haha that's the funny thing. She was my cow horse. I did breakaway, team roping, ranch roping, sorting and all kinds of stuff on her and she was VICIOUS. But now she loves her "babies"



    Sour? Sweet little sour bit it? Lol that's too funny!
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        03-06-2013, 02:07 PM
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    Haha, don't let her fool you. She's just a well controlled demon! She looks all cute and cuddly, but she's boss of the paddock and she was going to be darned sure that the calf knew it too! Poor little thing.
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