Snow in the south

Discussion in 'General Cattle Discussion' started by Krooked_S, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. Krooked_S

    Krooked_S New Member

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    It's cold out! I think this has been one of the coldest winters in a while.how is everyone else doing this winter ImageUploadedByCattle Forum1392302452.398258.jpg ImageUploadedByCattle Forum1392302473.847754.jpg ImageUploadedByCattle Forum1392302500.461083.jpg
     
  2. CROWEmtnFARMS

    CROWEmtnFARMS New Member

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    Same here in the foothills of carolina
     

  3. CROWEmtnFARMS

    CROWEmtnFARMS New Member

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    Im in pickens sc. Thats in what we call the upstate and we got 6" of snow and some sleet and freezing rain. There was ice a good ways south in this storm
     
  4. Krooked_S

    Krooked_S New Member

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    Georgia about 2 hrs east of atlanta and about a 1hr from South Carolina we had a good full day of freezing rain and sleet then late last night it started snowing and stopped late this morning
     
  5. MJackson1480

    MJackson1480 New Member

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    I'll trade all of you lol I'm in manitoba canada we've hit -63.4F for week straight couple three weeks ago
     
  6. saskcattle

    saskcattle New Member

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    ImageUploadedByCattle Forum1395104232.358235.jpg warming up here in Saskatchewan gettin to +5c during day had a rough winter couple weeks we were at -56C with the wind chill
     
  7. Krooked_S

    Krooked_S New Member

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    Is that a British white
     
  8. saskcattle

    saskcattle New Member

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    ImageUploadedByCattle Forum1395192368.801676.jpg ImageUploadedByCattle Forum1395192390.951674.jpg they are speckle park cattle. A new breed developed in Saskatchewan Canada. They are very popular in Australia and New Zealand. They finish in feedlots faster than a lot of cattle.
     
  9. aidan

    aidan New Member

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    But they are a smaller breed usally only finish at 900-1000lbs
     
  10. saskcattle

    saskcattle New Member

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    Depends what you buy. There are some bigger cows in the breed. But saying that yes they don't get to the size a Simmental calf would but I run black angus and tans and have been very happy with the crosses I get. ImageUploadedByCattle Forum1396555118.962553.jpg ImageUploadedByCattle Forum1396555131.596580.jpg
     
  11. brahman

    brahman New Member

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    The cattle are white parks
     
  12. charloisfarmer

    charloisfarmer New Member

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    I like the speckle parks I was at agribition this week and there beatiful cattle
     
  13. KrisshFarms

    KrisshFarms Sugumar.M

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    Whether speckle park is a dairy or beef cattle?
     
  14. tnsalersbreeder

    tnsalersbreeder Cattle GURU!

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    Basically beef. They are based off a shorthorn. Specifically the teeswater cattle.