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    Thumbs up No pickup or trailer?

    You can always do it this way:



    seen here: http://www.rideforum.net/forum/viewt...74&view=unread
    Rob

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    Works pretty well in Oklahoma too.
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    My mother brought home a "bottle calf" in the back of an early-style VW Bug once.

    Not that she doesn't have a bit of the redneck gene in her blood, but it was a spontaneous purchase and she didn't want to drive out to the farm to grab the pickup and horse trailer.
    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by windsor View Post
    "bottle calf"
    Picture please, for us city folk.

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    Rob

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    Well, that's just like a large dog.

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    ... without the "don't poop in car" discipline.
    Rob

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    I've helped quite a few farmers load still wet calfs in their cabs after they brought the cow/heifer to the clinic for a c-section.

    Nothing funnier than laying a 125 wet sloppy mess of a newborn calf on the front seat of some guys $60K truck.
    Darren Carlson
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