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 Post subject: Re: A Time To Kill
PostPosted: Sun Mar 02, 2014 9:25 pm 
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Dakki wrote:Super nice! I'd love to see "action pics" of breaking down the carcass into primals and final cuts.

If I have time I'll take some action pictures when it come time to butcher in three weeks. We get so busy sometimes I forget to get pictures not to mention you can be pretty bloody and greasy to pick up a camera!



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 Post subject: Re: A Time To Kill
PostPosted: Sun Mar 02, 2014 9:30 pm 
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chefknivestogo wrote:We should trade steaks for knives.....

I trade pizza for knives with a nice guy in town. I told him I can out eat his knife habit. He doesn't think so. :mrgreen:

Well I know you have more knives than I have steaks so I can't take that bet! :mrgreen:



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 Post subject: Re: A Time To Kill
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kalaeb wrote:Those are some nice looking horns....what do you do with the horns? Would make some nice ferrule pieces....just sayin.

My dad knows a few guys that always fight over who gets the skulls and horns. He has sold them at times for enough to pay for the steer!



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I hear you on the self raised meat being better quality than commercial product Jeff. I wish I had a place to keep my own livestock,I would just for the improvement over feed lot product alone.



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Yep! I could go on and on about this too. It's what I do for a living. Raising and selling High end high quality meat. The beef I raise are red poll which do not grow horns. However, I got two jersey calves from a friend through barter. I raised them for close to two years and their time was 3 weeks ago. I let their horns grow and they are put up to dry out for use as ferrules and I'm going to try some razor scales. Maybe make a shave brush as well. It will be cool to have these as personal items.


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great pics and thanks for sharing!
I also grew up and live on a farm, apr 100hd cattle and about the same in sheep and goats.
the difference In quality of meat is beond comparison. I only wish we had the capabilitys of butchering our own like you do! keep up the great work and enjoy your feast!
im sure once theyre all aged your gonna be luving it!


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Hey Jeff,

Sue gave you a free hat (you asked) so I want to see that hat on your head or on the Bull's head. Your choice. :)



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chefknivestogo wrote:Hey Jeff,

Sue gave you a free hat (you asked) so I want to see that hat on your head or on the Bull's head. Your choice. :)


The steer's head would be priceless!



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chefknivestogo wrote:Hey Jeff,

Sue gave you a free hat (you asked) so I want to see that hat on your head or on the Bull's head. Your choice. :)

I'll see what I can do.... :mrgreen:



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chefknivestogo wrote:Hey Jeff,

Sue gave you a free hat (you asked) so I want to see that hat on your head or on the Bull's head. Your choice. :)



you asked LOL


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