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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by HazelGod, Jul 6, 2008.
Well, this is certainly one way to end a beef.
Dumbcow - please post and let us know you are OK.
I've been trying to stay away from beef, especially after reading this, but if it is just going to go to waste, I'll try a small piece (medium-rare, please)
That's preposterous! There is no reason for that poor animal to have been put down. There was no mention of rabies, 5th Disease, Mad Cow or anything else. This animal wasn't aggressive it was scared and wanted to go back to it's pasture. :frown:
I'll take mine as rare as you'll cook it, thanks.
*shouts to kitchen*
Still mooing for Mr Bucko!
jumping cows, oh dear whats next
Today they jump fences. Tomorrow... The moon!
if the cow had no problems, why shoot it?
i don't ever think i've seen an agressive normal cow.
The thing was probably being forced to do something it didn't want to. I work with cows that can be aggressive. You just have to mind their horns.
Where do you think the nursery rhyme came from? I've seen a cow jump a 4' chain link fence without so much as grazing an udder. FWIW: She did not need a running start.
:biggrin1: I'm okay... I've just been away 3 days and now I keep seeing the word banned under loads of names... I gotta go do some sniffing around these threads.
was that a french horn or a trumpet. Not all cows have horns, hehe. Maybe we should ask dumbcow about that.
this may be true but living on a farm I know a 30 inche high wire is usually all it takes to keep them in. Shocking isn't it.
Grind up some of that beef, make a burger and put some cheese on it. I like mine Medium Rare.
The same thing happened near me last year. The police shot the young male about 50 times. Bad aim I guess.....
That was quite mooving. It left me cowed.