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#132 - you've made that perfectly clear.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/14/2014 on Dog meets cow -3
#147 - anon (08/14/2014) [-]
Cry some more.
#130 - cool, on the farm we have 2000 sheep and lambs and 500 hundred…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/14/2014 on Dog meets cow -3
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#131 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
It's the internet, people giving insight into stuff they know absolutely nothing about is a given
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#132 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
you've made that perfectly clear.
#147 - anon (08/14/2014) [-]
Cry some more.
#128 - your ignorance astounds me. what if you are moving cattle one …  [+] (6 new replies) 08/14/2014 on Dog meets cow -3
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#137 - mattdoggy (08/14/2014) [-]
As a true Florida Cracker i can say i've grown up around cows and have been handling them since i could walk. I've never had a cow attack me or do any harm to me on purpose. Occasionally one would step on my toe or try to rub their heads on me and knock me down, but never full on attack me. They've charged me plenty of times but every good ranch hand should know that if you don't move or look away they'll just go to different sides of you because as stupid as cows can be they won't directly charge into something like a post, tree, or person on purpose. It sounds like ya'll might need to work with your calves more and let them get used to you so they get easier to handle when they get full sized. Really the only time cattle are not safe to handle directly is when it's mating season or if they have new calves if you handle and raise em right.
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#129 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
Eh, shows what I know, right? The ranch was sold off, quite a ways back, never got to handle what little cattle we had, equines were the specialty around there.
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#130 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
cool, on the farm we have 2000 sheep and lambs and 500 hundred+ breeding cattle, and over 200+ bullocks and heifers and 4 bulls Nova, Nelson, Andy and Eubank. perhaps you shouldn't offer guidance to someone, when you know very little about the given subject.
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#131 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
It's the internet, people giving insight into stuff they know absolutely nothing about is a given
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#132 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
you've made that perfectly clear.
#147 - anon (08/14/2014) [-]
Cry some more.
#126 - you've never had any trouble with cattle before? are you a she…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/14/2014 on Dog meets cow -3
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#127 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
Never had a heifer charge me unprovoked, but never got comfortable enough to have them surround me, I'm not a complete fucking idiot.
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#128 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
your ignorance astounds me. what if you are moving cattle one decides to jump a fence cutting themselves all to shit, itd be angry then. you surround a cow to usher it toward a gate, to you know do the job (move them to another field, feed them, give it medicine blah blah) it could be angry then. you move closer to a cow to read out it's tag number it could be angry then. other cows roaring. it could be angry then. i could go on for a while longer. the bottom line is. they know they are bigger than us and they're stupid as fuck. so you get hurt. and sometimes one of them is just a very angry cow/bull/bullock/heifer. but yeah, you sound like you know what you are talking about. who cares that i've worked on a mixed farm, for 4 years. been seriously injured twice. nah you probably know best huh?
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#137 - mattdoggy (08/14/2014) [-]
As a true Florida Cracker i can say i've grown up around cows and have been handling them since i could walk. I've never had a cow attack me or do any harm to me on purpose. Occasionally one would step on my toe or try to rub their heads on me and knock me down, but never full on attack me. They've charged me plenty of times but every good ranch hand should know that if you don't move or look away they'll just go to different sides of you because as stupid as cows can be they won't directly charge into something like a post, tree, or person on purpose. It sounds like ya'll might need to work with your calves more and let them get used to you so they get easier to handle when they get full sized. Really the only time cattle are not safe to handle directly is when it's mating season or if they have new calves if you handle and raise em right.
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#129 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
Eh, shows what I know, right? The ranch was sold off, quite a ways back, never got to handle what little cattle we had, equines were the specialty around there.
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#130 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
cool, on the farm we have 2000 sheep and lambs and 500 hundred+ breeding cattle, and over 200+ bullocks and heifers and 4 bulls Nova, Nelson, Andy and Eubank. perhaps you shouldn't offer guidance to someone, when you know very little about the given subject.
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#131 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
It's the internet, people giving insight into stuff they know absolutely nothing about is a given
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#132 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
you've made that perfectly clear.
#147 - anon (08/14/2014) [-]
Cry some more.
#121 - live long and prosper, dickhead 08/14/2014 on Dog meets cow 0
#119 - great you both work on farms like me then?. been pinned agains…  [+] (14 new replies) 08/14/2014 on Dog meets cow -7
#143 - montykarl (08/14/2014) [-]
Actually yeah, I did grow up on a farm. Cows are cowards. Now, a bull will fuck your shit up, and I don't think that cowtipping is a good idea since you never know if the owner of the farm has a bull in there for defense/breeding purposes, but cows are not thesed crazed animals you're trying to say they are. And heifers are even tamer than mother cows because they don't have young to protect or the same hormones. The only cows I wouldn't fuck with are longhorns.
#134 - anon (08/14/2014) [-]
Seems legit.
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#125 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
You're dad must have been a real dick to those cattle, never had any trouble before, they're pretty harmless outside of breeding season.
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#126 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
you've never had any trouble with cattle before? are you a sheep farmer?
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#127 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
Never had a heifer charge me unprovoked, but never got comfortable enough to have them surround me, I'm not a complete fucking idiot.
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#128 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
your ignorance astounds me. what if you are moving cattle one decides to jump a fence cutting themselves all to shit, itd be angry then. you surround a cow to usher it toward a gate, to you know do the job (move them to another field, feed them, give it medicine blah blah) it could be angry then. you move closer to a cow to read out it's tag number it could be angry then. other cows roaring. it could be angry then. i could go on for a while longer. the bottom line is. they know they are bigger than us and they're stupid as fuck. so you get hurt. and sometimes one of them is just a very angry cow/bull/bullock/heifer. but yeah, you sound like you know what you are talking about. who cares that i've worked on a mixed farm, for 4 years. been seriously injured twice. nah you probably know best huh?
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#137 - mattdoggy (08/14/2014) [-]
As a true Florida Cracker i can say i've grown up around cows and have been handling them since i could walk. I've never had a cow attack me or do any harm to me on purpose. Occasionally one would step on my toe or try to rub their heads on me and knock me down, but never full on attack me. They've charged me plenty of times but every good ranch hand should know that if you don't move or look away they'll just go to different sides of you because as stupid as cows can be they won't directly charge into something like a post, tree, or person on purpose. It sounds like ya'll might need to work with your calves more and let them get used to you so they get easier to handle when they get full sized. Really the only time cattle are not safe to handle directly is when it's mating season or if they have new calves if you handle and raise em right.
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#129 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
Eh, shows what I know, right? The ranch was sold off, quite a ways back, never got to handle what little cattle we had, equines were the specialty around there.
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#130 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
cool, on the farm we have 2000 sheep and lambs and 500 hundred+ breeding cattle, and over 200+ bullocks and heifers and 4 bulls Nova, Nelson, Andy and Eubank. perhaps you shouldn't offer guidance to someone, when you know very little about the given subject.
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#131 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
It's the internet, people giving insight into stuff they know absolutely nothing about is a given
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#132 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
you've made that perfectly clear.
#147 - anon (08/14/2014) [-]
Cry some more.
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#120 - thewebspinner (08/14/2014) [-]
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unlike your dad lol!
#121 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
live long and prosper, dickhead
#98 - that is so dangerous they have no idea. people die from their …  [+] (19 new replies) 08/14/2014 on Dog meets cow -15
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#151 - psykobear (08/14/2014) [-]
First of all, only maybe 1 in 50 cows is ever aggressive. They are pussies.

Secondly, they weren't in the field, the dog was. How would their "dumb asses" get hurt by a cow when they themselves are safely behind a fence?

Thirdly, if a dog were hurt by a cow because it was where it didn't belong, no farm in their right mind would kill the cow. Hell, usually the cow owner and dog owner would laugh because the dog learned a lesson.

Source: Live on a small farm, currently have roughly 18 cattle.
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#149 - trollchildxy (08/14/2014) [-]
PSST... Aside from the comments below... They were also on the other side of the fence, they were in no danger.
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#100 - zaphster (08/14/2014) [-]
A regular herd of cattle, as seen above, is one of the most scared types of animals you will ever meet. They're large, but they will run from anything. As long as you don't antagonize a bull you can make any number of cows run away from you just by being there.

Source: I grew up on a ranch.
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#110 - thewebspinner (08/14/2014) [-]
This dudes right, grew up round farms in france, cows re curious but skittish as fuck, they run away if you fart loud enough.
#119 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
great you both work on farms like me then?. been pinned against a tree, a wall. watched your dad being ragged around, by a heifer. no bull in sight and having the ram your quad bike into the cow. because what the fuck else are you gonna do... nah, you guys seem to know what you are talking about.
#143 - montykarl (08/14/2014) [-]
Actually yeah, I did grow up on a farm. Cows are cowards. Now, a bull will fuck your shit up, and I don't think that cowtipping is a good idea since you never know if the owner of the farm has a bull in there for defense/breeding purposes, but cows are not thesed crazed animals you're trying to say they are. And heifers are even tamer than mother cows because they don't have young to protect or the same hormones. The only cows I wouldn't fuck with are longhorns.
#134 - anon (08/14/2014) [-]
Seems legit.
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#125 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
You're dad must have been a real dick to those cattle, never had any trouble before, they're pretty harmless outside of breeding season.
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#126 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
you've never had any trouble with cattle before? are you a sheep farmer?
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#127 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
Never had a heifer charge me unprovoked, but never got comfortable enough to have them surround me, I'm not a complete fucking idiot.
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#128 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
your ignorance astounds me. what if you are moving cattle one decides to jump a fence cutting themselves all to shit, itd be angry then. you surround a cow to usher it toward a gate, to you know do the job (move them to another field, feed them, give it medicine blah blah) it could be angry then. you move closer to a cow to read out it's tag number it could be angry then. other cows roaring. it could be angry then. i could go on for a while longer. the bottom line is. they know they are bigger than us and they're stupid as fuck. so you get hurt. and sometimes one of them is just a very angry cow/bull/bullock/heifer. but yeah, you sound like you know what you are talking about. who cares that i've worked on a mixed farm, for 4 years. been seriously injured twice. nah you probably know best huh?
User avatar
#137 - mattdoggy (08/14/2014) [-]
As a true Florida Cracker i can say i've grown up around cows and have been handling them since i could walk. I've never had a cow attack me or do any harm to me on purpose. Occasionally one would step on my toe or try to rub their heads on me and knock me down, but never full on attack me. They've charged me plenty of times but every good ranch hand should know that if you don't move or look away they'll just go to different sides of you because as stupid as cows can be they won't directly charge into something like a post, tree, or person on purpose. It sounds like ya'll might need to work with your calves more and let them get used to you so they get easier to handle when they get full sized. Really the only time cattle are not safe to handle directly is when it's mating season or if they have new calves if you handle and raise em right.
User avatar
#129 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
Eh, shows what I know, right? The ranch was sold off, quite a ways back, never got to handle what little cattle we had, equines were the specialty around there.
User avatar
#130 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
cool, on the farm we have 2000 sheep and lambs and 500 hundred+ breeding cattle, and over 200+ bullocks and heifers and 4 bulls Nova, Nelson, Andy and Eubank. perhaps you shouldn't offer guidance to someone, when you know very little about the given subject.
User avatar
#131 - slenderwolf (08/14/2014) [-]
It's the internet, people giving insight into stuff they know absolutely nothing about is a given
User avatar
#132 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
you've made that perfectly clear.
#147 - anon (08/14/2014) [-]
Cry some more.
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#120 - thewebspinner (08/14/2014) [-]
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unlike your dad lol!
#121 - dusteplad (08/14/2014) [-]
live long and prosper, dickhead
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