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    The end of cattle dogs?

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    That was so cool, even my husband though it was cool well done, it had as both laughing.

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    Hehe! Stupid bull calves!
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    I was waiting for one of the bovines to step on it!

    I doubt it will take over frm a god cattle dog however, as these cars chew through batteries pretty fast.
    Now, a petrol powered one with a big tank would last longer.
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    hey Rick. My bro in law has some cattle that he calls `the boys`and he would love this but I don`t know how to copy the link. I`m not very pooter savvy. Any clues?

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    Graeme - right click on the video in Rick's post and choose "Copy video URL" - at least that's possible in Firefox, anywho!

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    This is a part of AP that's open to the public. So copy and paste this thread into the email you send him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old dog View Post
    hey Rick. My bro in law has some cattle that he calls `the boys`and he would love this but I don`t know how to copy the link. I`m not very pooter savvy. Any clues?
    I just clicked on the youtube button and it sent me to youtube and then I shared it that way. I couldn't right click to save or copy.
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    This is great and jolly typical, such silly and fun animals. It must have taken a little while for them to get used to the car. I used to grow vealers and their thing was to try and get as much of themselves into the cab of the ute and lick everything but the mirrors were the best.
    cheers, Rosemary

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