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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Yanmar to the rescue

    Quote Originally Posted by Guido455 View Post
    While you had the steer on the pallet, you should of drove it into your slaughter house, and used it to fill your freezer. LOL
    Yeah. Would have had to get another freezer to hold that thing..

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Yanmar to the rescue

    Well, they got another job on their hands to find him again. Guess that's enough.

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    Platinum Member Pete Judd's Avatar
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    Default Re: Yanmar to the rescue

    This time of year here, the temps are right to hang and age all wild game, and I think that steer might be wild game.
    Yanmar 186D 1981
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    If there is a third time, I think it's finders keepers.
    Gary

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    Steak
    2010 DK-40se/hst, Kioti KL-401 FEL, (with reversible Kioti cutting edge), 72" Ratchet Rake. Fit Rite Top-N-Tilt hydraulics & diverter valve. HLA Series 2000 7' snowplow, Aquiline MPC rear chains.

    Scag Wildcat: Kawasaki 26HP, with bagger system. Dr. brush mower, & 42" lawn deck, Dr. self propelled, 6.5HP Trimmer mower. Pro-Mow 3 gang mower, no HP.

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    Default Re: Yanmar to the rescue

    Quote Originally Posted by Coyote machine View Post
    Steak
    OK. If he comes back, i'll invite all of you over for steak. Put in your orders for which cuts you want...

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    Default Re: Yanmar to the rescue

    That's just rude - I had a similiar incident with a grandfather, father and son bow hunting nearby. The Grandson shot his first deer but it wasn't a perfect hit and they tracked her for a couple of hours and lost the blood trail - she died in my pond. A knock on my door, some apologies, and then the removal of the deer from my pond to my truck and then to theirs a mile or so away. The boy learned a lesson about making a better shot, tracking the animal until all hope is lost, asking for permission to cross my land and a firm handshake with an apology and a sincere thank you.
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    Default Re: Yanmar to the rescue

    Need to put up signage all around your property - check in at the ranch house first or trespassers and their possies will be shot!

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    Default Re: Yanmar to the rescue

    Get the gun ready it will be back.

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    Default Re: Yanmar to the rescue

    In the UK that behaviour would be not only illegal but also unacceptable.

    I vote steak / freezer too. plus send the bill for repairs to the owner.

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