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Poor little calf. Looks like it had a stroke.Was it born with only three legs, or has it donated one to McDonald's?
The 2nd looks like a chianina (google it if interested), a huge Tuscan breed, size of a carthosre, and the best T-Bones this side of the pond. The first one is a handsome looking devil, isn't he!
Pas du tout, TT. C'est un Charolais de Bourgogne, n'est-ce pas?
Killem, how right you are;-) I hadn't even noticed as I was fascinated by its face - so cute, but wicked looking at the same time.TT, the Big Fellow is a six-year-old Charolais bullock called The Field Marshall (Telegraph.co.uk), though I do enjoy your wealth of knowledge.I have heard that a Tuscan steak has no compare.. one of these days..
gives a new aspect for the saying "taking the bull by the horns"
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmI bet he would taste goodI was a veggie for two yearsWhat a waste of my life that was.PSA link for your dadwww.gunblast.com
I was one for 3;-)Thanks.. I'm sure he will enjoy it.
That little one IS cute!
That's a lot of bull ;)... I wouldn't want to clean up after that big fella!!
Dee.. Dorothy.. is that YOU? Can you just imagine?! *shudders* I always did want a farm though, but not with a monster Charolais!
He looks like a cheeky little fella, doesn't he??
You don't half post some bullocks, Jane.;-)
Why, thanks E-K! I do try;-)
I think only the English would get that. Bollocks - testicles. "You're posting a load of bollocks."Only joking though, darlin'xx
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