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The Big Show / Re: Hot Commodity son
« Last post by mark tenenbaum on Today at 08:17:16 AM »
Thanks-Thats what old school double stuffs and visions etc need-And everybody needs a live calf O0
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The Big Show / small business administration
« Last post by aj on Today at 08:14:36 AM »
I always wondered if anyone went to something like the SBA with a business plan? And what would it look like. Seems almost like to me that it would be considered a "venture capital" deal only. Unless, maybe one would start with grade cows........and add value to them by raising show calves out of them.
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The Big Show / Re: Hot Commodity son
« Last post by Doc on June 24, 2019, 08:03:37 PM »
Can I see a butt picture? He sure profiles from the side Hed be one to use on ones that do not have alot of Solution-Trump etc and have some clubby like vision-stuff-etc-Dales would be one to use on ones that do have the Solutuion- Salute-Maxum-wound up hard calving and sometimes very hard doing genetics--and are larger framed-both good JMO O0

Mark, here is a rear shot that I froze from a video of him walking away. So not the best.
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The Big Show / Re: how do i twine legs?
« Last post by ska on June 24, 2019, 04:54:22 PM »
ok. cool. and how do i use sawdust?
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Goat/Lamb Chat / Re: Meat market goats-when to start exercise and supplements?
« Last post by ska on June 24, 2019, 04:21:56 PM »
hello. yes. i would start them on a treadmill 1 month before your fair. with an angle. 15 min about 3 times a week at least. i don't know a lot about supplements. stand alone is really goos for fat and minerals. and run them everyday for 10 min each. but when you run your goats, do not run them and put them on a treadmill. alienate days.

hope this helped. good luck.
ska
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Goat/Lamb Chat / what are some of the best products to grow hair on goats?
« Last post by ska on June 24, 2019, 04:16:24 PM »
what are some of the best PRODUCTS to grow hair on goats?  (besides rinsing, brushing and blowing).

thanks all
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The Big Show / Re: opinions on x-block clippers
« Last post by Tallcool1 on June 24, 2019, 03:52:55 PM »
Clippers and blades are 100% personal preference.

There really isn't any inside information.  Every person you talk to likes a different clipper and blade combination.  Often times it's because that is what they learned with or simply what they had.

Unfortunately there isn't much to tell you here.  You just need to try some different ones, and decide for yourself. 
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The Big Show / Re: how do i twine legs?
« Last post by Tallcool1 on June 24, 2019, 03:49:16 PM »
The way to learn how to do something like this is to go to some big prospect shows and just hang around the fitting chutes.

You have to go to the early prospect shows because it isn't allowed at the terminal shows.  I know that some people will get away with some modest twining at fat steer shows, but you won't be allowed to do any major twine work.

The thing is, when it is done correctly...you won't even know it is done. 

It takes a lot of practice to do a good job with the twine, and you need a pretty substantial amount of hair to begin with in order to make it look undetectable.
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The Big Show / Re: interesting article
« Last post by captain7781 on June 24, 2019, 03:19:08 PM »
Indeed, fascinating to think of traditional fencing being an obsolete cost of doing business.
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The Big Show / Re: Hot Commodity son
« Last post by Dale on June 24, 2019, 03:12:35 PM »
He looks great in his work clothes!  Hot Commodity cattle work well in commercial conditions, and that is very desirable.
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