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    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    Dang it, I thought the sports talk was over and it was safe to come back.

    Miniature Jerseys. High fat-content, little cows: miniature, mini, old world jersey cow for sale

    Oh, and it turns out yaks are pretty small, too.
    I prefer Guernsey milk... I haven't seen any Minis of those yet.
    Also... I don't think a Yak would fair too well in the FL heat. That's why they do Zebu's here.
    I never knew a Yak was a little beast though... I always figured a big shaggy thing.
    But I'm definitely going with edible on that one!
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    Oh, right, Florida. Yeah, yaks might not like that too much

    I thought they were big, too, but I don't think any of the ones I saw at the stock show were over 4'. They were solid, but they weren't very tall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    Perhaps something a little smaller and cuter than a Longhorn for a lawn ornament?

    How about a Florida Cracker.
    I saw an ad for miniature longhorns in the most recent Grit issue.....

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    I've seen a good number of mini "lowline" black angus here in FL too...
    EXPENSIVE little steaks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    I've seen a good number of mini "lowline" black angus here in FL too...
    EXPENSIVE little steaks.
    Dexters would be a good choice.... but I haven't priced them. full grown that top out at 600lb which would fill a 15 cu ft freezer pretty full....

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    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    Dang it, I thought the sports talk was over and it was safe to come back.

    Miniature Jerseys. High fat-content, little cows: miniature, mini, old world jersey cow for sale

    Oh, and it turns out yaks are pretty small, too.
    I have yak meat in my freezer. Tasty stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mud Flinger View Post
    I have yak meat in my freezer. Tasty stuff!
    Poor Tina!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    Dexters would be a good choice.... but I haven't priced them. full grown that top out at 600lb which would fill a 15 cu ft freezer pretty full....
    The Lowline Angus is not that small to be fair... about 1300 lbs, and more like a Belted Galloway, which they probably have in their breeding.

    They are also supposed to be good for small farmers because they are "docile" (read: less freaking NUTS lol).

    The side bonus of getting into full blood cattle is that despite being expensive to start out... what you don't eat, you can generally sell to others who want to start a small farm too.
    These aren't run 'em through the sale for market price cattle.
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    Great, now I want a burger.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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