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Number One on the Hit List #2709788 11/01/11 02:19 AM
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I made the mistake of passing on this guy 2 years ago because I was waiting on a big 10 point. Well I decided I better take him and he dissapeared. Then I never saw him last year. He is back now and I have another of his sons that looks just like him. That is why it is important to kill culls! Biggest 6 I have ever seen though.




Re: Number One on the Hit List [Re: aggiehunter03] #2709811 11/01/11 02:24 AM
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Good lookin six pointer. Good mass on him


Re: Number One on the Hit List [Re: k-Fletch] #2709827 11/01/11 02:27 AM
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Yeah just wish he had 4 more points and that I hadn't let him pass on those genes. Although if he can combine his frame with some 10 point genetics then I might have something. He used to be about 2 inches wider and even taller G2s.


Re: Number One on the Hit List [Re: k-Fletch] #2709832 11/01/11 02:28 AM
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Yep, have biologists in Real and Foard Counties that tell us slick sixes are actually a dominant trait, and if you see them KILL them.......


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