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(LiveLeak)   For some reason, I just don't feel like eating steak today   (liveleak.com ) divider line 52
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2013-12-20 04:23:46 PM  
Your loss.
 
2013-12-20 04:27:25 PM  
But I like my steak feisty and spirited.
 
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2013-12-20 04:34:06 PM  
Good.  Moar steak for me.
 
2013-12-20 04:39:11 PM  
More cows for me, they look delightfully delicious.
 
2013-12-20 04:49:58 PM  
 
2013-12-20 04:51:01 PM  
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2013-12-20 04:52:26 PM  
Meh, guessing that's dairy anyways, but why the heck not? Going to the farm to pick your meal is half the fun.
 
2013-12-20 04:52:38 PM  
Already got one sitting in my fridge for dinner tonight... I still feel like eating it.
 
2013-12-20 04:57:49 PM  
Such field. Wow. Many grass.
 
2013-12-20 04:58:01 PM  

timujin: Already got one sitting in my fridge for dinner tonight... I still feel like eating it.


I was waiting for the video to actually do something, then realized it's subby's mental disconnect between his mind and what is in the paper carton handed through the drive-up window.

/beef burritos tonight, so I'm actually disappoint now I'm thinking of a steak
 
2013-12-20 05:04:13 PM  
Happy cows make tasty cows.
 
2013-12-20 05:05:08 PM  

DeltaPunch: Such field. Wow. Many grass.


awesome. i love you.
 
2013-12-20 05:12:56 PM  
Don't kid yourself, subby. If a cow ever got the chance, he'd eat you and everyone you care about!
 
2013-12-20 05:13:37 PM  
They weren't cows inside. They were waiting to be, but they forgot. Now they see sky, and they remember what they are.
 
2013-12-20 05:20:25 PM  
I'd have the exact same reaction if you released me into a field made of steak.
 
2013-12-20 05:28:43 PM  
Come on dude. That's udderly ridiculous

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2013-12-20 05:33:38 PM  
the black and white cattle that you see so often are Holsteins, you don't eat those, they're for dairy. The cows you eat are either solid red, solid black, or a mix of red and white ( Angus, Herefords etc)

/if i remember my Ag
//country HS requried Ag
 
2013-12-20 05:53:12 PM  
But they are made of STEAK  !
 
2013-12-20 06:05:39 PM  

chasd00: /if i remember my Ag


Not all that well, but you are correct in that farmers primarily use the ones with the little pouch with multiple pointy things between its legs for dairy before finding other uses for them. Their color does make certain differences about marketability, value and name. Just not necessarily the ones you stated, but you're from TX, so you get a pass on that.

*cheers*
 
2013-12-20 06:36:25 PM  
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2013-12-20 06:56:19 PM  
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2013-12-20 07:24:18 PM  

farkingismybusiness: Don't kid yourself, subby. If a cow ever got the chance, he'd eat you and everyone you care about!


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2013-12-20 07:44:19 PM  
Step One:  Make the living source of our protein appear dull, listless, stupid, and deserving of death.  (This also helps when it comes to human enemies.)

Step Two: Profit

I like a good steak, but it's not right how we treat these sentient beings.

/flame on
 
2013-12-20 07:55:01 PM  
"They weren't cows inside. They were waiting to be, but they forgot. Now they see sky and they remember what they are."

/disappointed in you Farkers
 
2013-12-20 08:00:40 PM  

Seth'n'Spectrum: "They weren't cows inside. They were waiting to be, but they forgot. Now they see sky and they remember what they are."

/disappointed in you Farkers


I was just coming to post a picture of River Tam.
 
2013-12-20 08:11:52 PM  

NightSteel: They weren't cows inside. They were waiting to be, but they forgot. Now they see sky, and they remember what they are.


Whoops, apologies.
 
2013-12-20 08:28:30 PM  

Seth'n'Spectrum: Whoops, apologies.


At least I wasn't the only one who thought of it!
 
2013-12-20 09:05:21 PM  

TheHighlandHowler: Step One:  Make the living source of our protein appear dull, listless, stupid, and deserving of death.  (This also helps when it comes to human enemies.)

Step Two: Profit

I like a good steak, but it's not right how we treat these sentient beings.

/flame on


You are correct.
 
2013-12-20 09:21:20 PM  
so... do you slaughter milk cows for meat?
 
2013-12-20 11:18:04 PM  

AeAe: so... do you slaughter milk cows for meat?


Once they stop producing milk they're not kept as pets.
 
2013-12-20 11:46:13 PM  
Dairy cattle have a shockingly short lifespan. A fair percentage of our beef is from culled cattle.

It is something to watch a 1400 pound animal gallop across a field like that though
 
2013-12-21 12:04:25 AM  
I hate to be that guy, but you know what I see? Steaks getting tough.

My mother and my step-dad had 65 cattle on a 270 acre ranch. My step-dad treated his cattle like pets. Pampered them, and refused to cull or sell any of them. He actually had cattle that died of old age. He treated them better than his own family. My mother hated cattle. She once broke her ankle while feeding hay off the back of the truck. My step-dad made her sit in the middle of the field and wait until he finished feeding before he would take her to the goddamned hospital. He quit his job and played with his cattle, while she worked and paid for feed, vaccinations, the mortgage and veterinarians. And when he died, he tried to leave the ranch to his daughters.

Like I said, I hate to be that guy, but fark happy cows.

www.imfdb.org
 
2013-12-21 12:15:42 AM  

Knarf: Dairy cattle have a shockingly short lifespan. A fair percentage of our beef is from culled cattle.

It is something to watch a 1400 pound animal gallop across a field like that though


Bison can get up to 2200 lbs and run 40 mph.
 
2013-12-21 12:17:05 AM  

AbiNormal: AeAe: so... do you slaughter milk cows for meat?

Once they stop producing milk they're not kept as pets.


But would the meat be any good?  Aren't milk cows kept much longer than cattle raised for meat?
 
2013-12-21 12:18:50 AM  
Bison can get up to 2200 lbs and run 40 mph.

And they taste delicious
 
2013-12-21 12:46:36 AM  

fatbear: I'd have the exact same reaction if you released me into a field made of steak


This guy...
 
2013-12-21 12:50:09 AM  

boyvoyeur: Come on dude. That's udderly ridiculous

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F*cking Juggalos.
 
2013-12-21 01:06:14 AM  

Knarf: Bison can get up to 2200 lbs and run 40 mph.

And they taste delicious


I hear they are very lean.  So dry meat?
 
2013-12-21 02:54:43 AM  

AeAe: AbiNormal: AeAe: so... do you slaughter milk cows for meat?

Once they stop producing milk they're not kept as pets.

But would the meat be any good?  Aren't milk cows kept much longer than cattle raised for meat?


I didn't think we ate dairy cow, but I could be wrong
 
2013-12-21 02:56:57 AM  

johne3819: AeAe: AbiNormal: AeAe: so... do you slaughter milk cows for meat?

Once they stop producing milk they're not kept as pets.

But would the meat be any good?  Aren't milk cows kept much longer than cattle raised for meat?

I didn't think we ate dairy cow, but I could be wrong


According to this  http://farmingamerica.org/2013/04/18/wheres-the-beef-or-where-does-be e f-come-from/

When older dairy type cattle enter the food chain the beef derived from them usually ends up as "ground beef" used for burgers and patties.
 
2013-12-21 03:11:45 AM  
static.giantbomb.com
 
2013-12-21 03:26:11 AM  
Happy cows make happy meat
The kinda cows we like to eat
And we use everything but the feet
So be sure to ask for well-done...
 
2013-12-21 04:21:53 AM  
So you know steak usually comes from a steer, which is a male with it's testicles cut at a very young age. Females make bad eating as they are really tough. Plus you can make more money breeding a female or multiply years then slaughtering them, but you only need one male, so you castrate and the rest, raise them till they're big and make them in to tasty tasty meat.
 
2013-12-21 04:40:36 AM  

AeAe: Knarf: Bison can get up to 2200 lbs and run 40 mph.

And they taste delicious

I hear they are very lean.  So dry meat?


Not if you cook it right.  The difference between done and overdone is a very short time.  Beef is downright forgiving compared to Bison.  I have to use a meat thermometer and even then it's iffy.
 
2013-12-21 08:43:45 AM  

AbiNormal: Oh George, not the live stock.


Sorry about that. Didn't mean to step on your post. I didn't see it the first time I read the thread.
 
2013-12-21 10:07:38 AM  

chasd00: the black and white cattle that you see so often are Holsteins, you don't eat those, they're for dairy. The cows you eat are either solid red, solid black, or a mix of red and white ( Angus, Herefords etc)

/if i remember my Ag
//country HS requried Ag


Yes, these are Holsteins, but beef cow are not necessarily solid.   Off the top of my head, Herford, Longhorns, Beefmaster, and Brangus can all be spotted.  I have some Brangus/Herford mixes that are spotted.

Cows more or less have the temperament of a large dog.  I rotate my pastures in the winter, and they will always become giddy when first entering a really green pasture.
 
2013-12-21 11:14:44 AM  

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: AbiNormal: Oh George, not the live stock.

Sorry about that. Didn't mean to step on your post. I didn't see it the first time I read the thread.


Great minds think alike.
 
2013-12-21 04:27:45 PM  

minoridiot: chasd00: the black and white cattle that you see so often are Holsteins, you don't eat those, they're for dairy. The cows you eat are either solid red, solid black, or a mix of red and white ( Angus, Herefords etc)

/if i remember my Ag
//country HS requried Ag

Yes, these are Holsteins, but beef cow are not necessarily solid.   Off the top of my head, Herford, Longhorns, Beefmaster, and Brangus can all be spotted.  I have some Brangus/Herford mixes that are spotted.

Cows more or less have the temperament of a large dog.  I rotate my pastures in the winter, and they will always become giddy when first entering a really green pasture.


A large, stupid dog.
 
2013-12-21 04:44:36 PM  
Evidently, subby has never ate grass-fed beef.

/would never even consider eating corn-fed beef.
//would rather go vegan than eating corn-fed beef.
 
2013-12-21 05:50:59 PM  

Funbags: Evidently, subby has never ate grass-fed beef.

/would never even consider eating corn-fed beef.
//would rather go vegan than eating corn-fed beef.


We once had a semi-truck overturn on the mountain above our house that was loaded with sugar-beet pulp. I cleaned up over two tons of beet pulp, and we fed a bull calf almost exclusively on it. 30 years later, friends and relatives still talk about the beef from that bull. I know I'll never have better.
 
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