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Anybody else have bearded lady's

Discussion in 'Agricultural Operations' started by Bison, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. Bison

    Bison Well-Known Member

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    Or am i the only one on this site?
     

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    I have been involved with a few women with light mustaches, and have some cows, but no bearded ladies.
     
  3. cutting edge

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    I eat buffalo almost every day,get a 1/2 delivered twice a year.

    Does that count?
     
  4. Bison

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    People like you are the reason we bison producers exist.keep up the good eating:drinkup
     
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    Now I thought the likes of buffalo Biil and co made them extinct..................................
     
  6. Bison

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    It came close but not quite,they must've forgot a few.
     
  7. RobVG

    RobVG Senior Member

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    Haven't even seen bearded lady's but I love animals. On the bar-b-que.

    But I have seen quite a few beared clams.

    (C'mon, somebody had to say it...)
     
  8. dirty4fun

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    Nice looks like you have a great place to them to roam. I have had Buffalo burgers, thought it was mighty good, even though they were over cooked to my liking. Nice pictures thanks for sharing.
     
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    wow, those look like they need more than our 35 acres.
    good eating and healthier than moo-cow.
     
  10. old1

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    I just had to click on this thread to see what a bearded lady was; hey I wasn't sure.

    Here in PA, there are some farms that are raising them.
     
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    First thing that came to mind was a turkey ,then I remember only toms [ but sometimes hen ] sport beards.
     
  12. Redwood Climber

    Redwood Climber Well-Known Member

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    Uhhhhh if they are all bearded ladies..........how do they reproduce? You see, it usually takes a male and a female..............each one doing their own part. I can draw a picture but I don't think.................they are nice looking ladies.

    Now wait just a minute............one of those pictures has a couple of "ladies with a bit of hair indicating it might just be an "imposter lady." Maybe a Don't Ask Don't Tell policy is needed here.......... I'm thinking that might just be a dude bearded lady. It seems this whole non gender culture we live in has gotten to the Bison too!

    It used to be we could be Men, now "they" want us to just be males.......please don't let it happen to the Bison!
     
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    Interesting to see. You seem to be the only one with the bearded ladies but gotta say I'm a little jealous.
     
  14. oakland farms

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    Cool looking animals, always liked the looks of them.
     
  15. Bison

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    I got one that's shifting color,started last august with the ears.
    this is what she looks today.:beatsme
     

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    Anybody else have bearded lady's
    Or am i the only one on this site?

    Yeah,,, I got a mother-in-law ......
     
  17. robin yates uk

    robin yates uk Senior Member

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    I have never been a fan of "bearded ladies". I much prefer the trimmed lady which indicates self awareness,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:notworthy
     
  18. maddog

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    Back in the day, after a 12 pack .............

    Looks like a lot of the "bearded ladies" farms around here are going out of business. I allways wanted to have some just don't have the land.
     
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    Why is she changing color ? Is that common ?
     
  20. Bison

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    No, it highly unusual.I think this one is the only one ever known to have done that.