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Re: Potential genetic defect in Shorthorn cattle
« Reply #765 on: November 01, 2015, 09:39:34 AM »
Where does one find out the "rules of engagement" for breeds national annual meeting? Does one have to be put on an agenda to make a motion and etc.. I assume that the directors do most of the voting but I assume delegates are the next level of power? The breeders elect the delegates and the breeders elect the national directors........If peta shows up with someone playing a trumpet and marching around the room with a sign.......who throws him out?
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Re: Potential genetic defect in Shorthorn cattle
« Reply #766 on: November 01, 2015, 10:02:37 AM »
.....If AJ shows up marching around the room with a sign...Th...who throws him out?


A security guard belonging to at least 17 minority groups.

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Re: Potential genetic defect in Shorthorn cattle
« Reply #767 on: November 01, 2015, 10:51:03 AM »
I won't make the Shorthorn cause I am allready signed up for the "Black Catholics matter" convention.
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Re: Potential genetic defect in Shorthorn cattle
« Reply #768 on: November 01, 2015, 05:20:44 PM »
If a person has questions about the American Shorthorn Association meeting wouldn't the best source of info be.......wait for it....... the American shorthorn Association ???
If you want to regulate genetic defects(because today's society is all about rules and regulations)why not start a discussion on the Association's FB.
In this day age I can't imagine anyone getting into a breed without doing some research. Both the American and Canadian Shorthorn websites have a genetice defect section... might be a clue to check it out. There are a lot breeders with tested herds it really isn't hard to navigate if one takes the time. Commercial breeders are usually well informed and know how to get the information they want. I don't understand why people still use carriers but I that;s their business, I'll keep testing and using free genetics.

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Re: Potential genetic defect in Shorthorn cattle
« Reply #769 on: November 01, 2015, 05:54:37 PM »
You have never been envolved with production agriculture.


darn it. just sold some Maine bulls again to a commercial guy.  too bad they weren't your shorthorns.


i'm not sure what envolved means.

 

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