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Old 06-03-2008, 11:09 PM
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http://i241.photobucket.com/albums/f...lchi/bear1.jpg

newest baby at the farm, and next years dinner.

closest we got to a bear this year in idaho. thinking it was one of the cubs from last years cub video as it had brown streaks along with the black coat. pics came from the video camera as we are still trying to figure out how to shrink the file size on the new disc camera. too big for youtube.
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Old 06-04-2008, 07:24 AM
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Nice!!!! Thanks for sharing.
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Old 06-04-2008, 08:00 AM
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lol...My first thought, "That's not a bear!" lol Cute little thing. Shoot, give it a few months and it will be perfect!

I am soooo ready to get a bear!!

Go get, Mr.!
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Old 06-04-2008, 08:08 AM
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Nice pics,what breed of cattle black angus?Dad runs charolais.


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Old 06-04-2008, 08:13 AM
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Aw, look at that little Calf! When we had cows we used to refer to the bulls as Bologna Bulls! Lol Had to sell all the cows off though, keep talking about getting another couple to rasie and fatten up for the freezer, although it's just as cheap to buy from the butcher at less then $2 bucks a pound.
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Old 06-04-2008, 08:59 AM
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Monie, did you check out that that place I PM'ed you? going to be going out that way next spring. boy wants to go and guessing the wife will go along also. she really enjoyed the bear being within 6 feet of us. from what the lady told me, the best time is either the 1st or 2nd week of june as they hunt higher than the place I've been going to. around 6000 feet. they like to be sure that the snow is gone(not this year)and that they can get to the hunting areas. haven't asked about the bugs yet! yep, as soon as we figure out how to get the file size smaller from the new disc camera, will post the video. FYI: bears do NOT like the cicking noise a camera makes when the battery dies during filming. drawing on it when it made this funny little noise. needless to say, bears can move faster than I can draw. also, with all the problems we had at camp this spring, the outfitter made us all a deal you just can't pass up. another hunt for around a third of the normal price. talk about a murphys law hunt. so, being going back this fall after another i-de-ho bear.

Timba, they are black angus. have one steer that will be ready this fall, and this one will/should be ready next fall. mmm, beef, its whats for dinner.

OC, for us its cheaper this way since we can fatten them up at the farm. 80 acres just fertilized, so they have plenty to eat thru the spring, summer, and fall. also, we have a butcher here that does everything for around 33 cents a pound. wrapped and everything. last one was 750 lbs. for right around $250 dollars. from burger to t-bones. funny how I always get the burger and she gets the t-bones?
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Old 06-04-2008, 10:23 AM
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TLC, I can't remember which one you pm'd, I've looked at sooooo many, trying to plan for next year. Could you send it again? Thanks
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