The Official TFK Farming Thread - Rural Lives Matter


#261

A jersey ?? Ffs sake. A glorified rodent.
Admins ban this cunt.


#262

Dairy. Mostly British fresians. Those cunts of Holsteins are only trouble, either lameness , barren or pendulous udders or high cell counts there’s always something wrong with them, not worth the extra yield.


#263

The Bradley’s are serious operators by the sound of it. Grand bull calves too from British Fresian. Has he a Hereford bull?


#264

No an Angus. Only got him last week. The other Angus broke his willy, so he went to the factory.


#265

Always heard that they are dangerous bulls to have around. Were you ever chased out over a wall?


#266

I thought you would be more into the sheep Bradley. Easier to handle :wink:


#267

The Angus are normally ok. Got a bad dig a few years back from a young fresian would you believe, he was like a gazelle inside in the dairy yard. The little scrawny cunt had me knocked and shoved under the gate before I knew it. All in one big jump. He was in the box and on the way to Rathkeale by lunchtime, I still get nightmares about it.
I had a hand scraper in my hand and hopped it off his eye and it may as well have been a twig. He done me nicely.


#268

These lads. Look at the size of the arse :heart_eyes:


#269

I’d rather deal with a sheep that deal with you.


#270

:kissing_heart:


#271

Same happened myself when I was 16. He was only around 2 and a half. Was in the middle of a field counting the group of cattle and he charges me from behind. Cunt fired me up in the air and landed on top of me when I hit the deck. Somehow legged it and got away. Very disappointed as I thought we were pals :joy:


#272

You’d have to have a grudging respect for the limousin.


#273

You’d always be thinking you’d get away, until they have a go at you. They’re fast as lightning if they want to be.


#274

Sneaky cunts too, wait until your back is turned. Fresians are the worst by far though.


#275

Some coincidence that the two best posters on TFK have both been savagely attacked by fresian bulls.


#276

At 2-3 years old they’re at their most territorial stage. You were lucky.


#277

I’ve often heard that about Fresian bulls, hard to believe when they are so docile as bullocks


#278

You’d be fairly quiet too if you had no balls. Sure look at @The_Selfish_Giant these days.


#279

Yeah. They must be all the same, this lad ignored me when I opened a calving pen he was in, it’s adjacent to the dairy holding yard 30/40 seconds later as I was walking out to the gate he took a mad jump from the pen and barely touched the ground once and was on me as I swung the scraper at him. Luckily the force knocked me towards the gate and I rolled out. The speed of him frightened me more than anything.


#280

Horrendous experience. You got lucky, pal. First sign of that shit and they have to get the hook.