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    Ha ha classic !! ....he's just a typical bloke really. I didnt hear the calf say no !


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    sorry maddogdodge, but that video is hliarious! Brian met a cow, and wanted to suck its genitals, which he assumed were where his dog bro's are. Kinda weird look on touching teats lmao.
    you gotta lurve that you were sold a pup. (you are not alone!)

    and i know this sound very cruel, but dogs were PTS by 16 weeks on our dairy farm. You pretty much knew which would 'make the grade' by that stage, as they were put to herding immediately. Like breeding 'tools of trade', a tool that is not working, is not a tool to be useful, and animals pay their way on farms. either by being slaughtered, producing milk or helping in some way.
    Just the way it was.

    Koda looks happy humping, its clearly his job now.

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    sean, does this take you back to the days in surfers all those years ago humping fat cows are they were immobilised.......... before you met your wife of course
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    Aaaahh - the memories you 2 ‘boys’ must have from your ‘heydays’ !

    Must be that time of year again ! Oohhh to be young !

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    Hell yeah ... i was a 'schoolie' for one year and a 'Toolie' for the next 5 after that !!

    Bit rough though when your usual haunt is invaded for a few weeks and all of a sudden your the odd one out who apparently shouldnt be there.

    But now i'm old ....and just a dirty old perve.


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    give me a second to pick myself off the floor..... for some reason my chair tipped over when i started laughing...

    well reminds me of the story of a woman who let her hubby take the Entire male Belgian Shepherd in the ring to do herding with some sheep cause he wouldn't leave her side...
    while she was look from hiding spot, well there was a sheep in season that wasn't moving and just standing there.... very experienced stud did what he normally did in that situation...
    after a lot of people laughing for about 20 min husband comes out of ring with dog to wife's disgust and she says "why didn't you stop him" to his reply... "looked like he was having fun..."

    giggles, next thing you know koda going to re-enact story above if not careful

    reyzor - nothing wrong with a few love handles.... right sean?

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    dogs were PTS by 16 weeks on our dairy farm. You pretty much knew which would 'make the grade' by that stage, as they were put to herding immediately
    I figure it is that way on a lot of farms. Every time I read - oh we never had any problems (training) our farm dogs or joint problems - I think this might be why people can't remember. And then you get the city people who can't manage their farm dog in the city - who probably would have been one of the culls in the bad old days - and they think they can fix that dog's problems by taking it back to the farm.

    I know more than one farmer who'd fix that dog's problems with a gun. It's quick, and totally reliable way of dealing with an unmanageable dog. And my cousins wondered why I wasn't so keen to let my cattle dog loose in an open paddock of cattle being herded... I'd rather she thought they were off limits for the moment. She might be great. But she might break something important (dog/human/cow) too.

    PS MDD - love the video. He clearly thinks of them as other rather complacent dogs. Frosty's reaction to the cousin's Poddy Sheep (ex lamb) wanting a sniff was very funny. She said it was wrong - the sheep chasing the dog for a sniff. But I managed to persuade her to tolerate the indignity.

    I wonder if someone should come out with a line of car springs topped with a calf skin padded humping block... for dog enrichment...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I wonder if someone should come out with a line of car springs topped with a calf skin padded humping block... for dog enrichment...
    not sure i quite understand that...
    tho seems to hint towards the way a certain human that shale not me named went and learnt the harshest lessons of life.

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