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Date:11/26/2014 12:47:38 AM
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We had cattle from the start thanks to my husbands family farm. The our son wanted chickens for a while. Then he wanted pigs, so we got him (2) Land/York barrows and could not keep them CLEAN due to the Mississippi Red Clay. Son got fed up trying to keep them clean and started saving for a red pair. We slaighters the two barrows (talk about good meat here, OMG it GOOD). Thinking about taken our deep freeze calf to this place when he old enough. Had to put an ad out for Ruby/Garnet and Mr. D.J. from Leeseville, LA called us up and the rest is history. Inbetween the two sets of pigs, a lady at my son Dr's office asked him if he would take a mating pair of pheasants and that's how we got Pat/Camo. Now he's talking about hair sheep or a pair of goats and I'm screaming "NO" to both, just don't have enough money right now to build a pen and shelter for that. Then P2 (son) has his show heifer and Ruby (pig) is his show pig. Then there is the fish and the tadpoles that have just lost their tail and now have legs and were released into the pond, under the fig tree and in the sheds because he had too many toads in his tank. He's been wanting a donkey or a llma (sp?), but hasn't spoken about it for a while.

We have a few more weeks and then we will be in the Fall calving and then once they all have their babies, we will be breeding again. Then Spring calving will be here and before you know it so will be the new year.

What every you go with, hope you enjoy them and don't walk away from them mad. Animals are funney that way they will remember the bad stuff longer then the good stuff.
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