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Re: Polled Durhams and Shorthorns at 1904 Worlds Fair
« Reply #30 on: May 01, 2015, 01:50:35 PM »
And the rest.
And concerning nothing new under the sun, I cannot resist putting up one of one of Robert Bruce's observations about Amos Cruickshank, from 50 Years Among Shorthorns, since we are reading from that book. Just having fun XBAR, no offense meant.
Page 172 FIFTY YEARS AMONG SHORTHORNS.
http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc2.ark:/13960/t5z60d26p;view=2up;seq=226;skin=mobile
Well do I remember going through the cattle at Sittyton with a gentleman who had some reputation, and certainly considered himself a judge. His criticisms were free and frequent, and chiefly unfavorable. I shall never forget the patience of Mr. Cruickshank, or his quiet manner. He neither dissented nor attempted any defence of his cattle. Old Cumberland (the principal stock bull) got it badly, and Mr. Cruickshank listened apparently unmoved, but knowing him as I did, I could discern a certain expression of amusement in his face ; and once or twice when he was directly appealed to there was a touch or grain of sarcasm in his replies which the stranger did not appear to observe."
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Re: Polled Durhams and Shorthorns at 1904 Worlds Fair
« Reply #31 on: May 01, 2015, 04:14:00 PM »
 For the record those 3 bulls are all King Collynie Jr. sons bred at Hultines.
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Re: Polled Durhams and Shorthorns at 1904 Worlds Fair
« Reply #32 on: January 23, 2021, 12:34:57 PM »
I was revisting this thread trying to, yet again, get a grasp on what the Marshall is in a Sultan Marshall cross. I have forgotten. Maybe someone could post a pedigree I can look at to better understand.  I see this thread started just as I was leaving to move to Nebraska. Seems like a thousand years ago and have been banged around quite a bit since then, but still fascinated by Shorthorns. Thought you guys might enjoy this picture and the article it came from. http://www.hultine.com/lazy-ld
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