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(MSN)   "They can jump up to five feet high; they're impressive animals"   (msn.com) divider line
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4597 clicks; posted to Main » on 24 Nov 2022 at 11:14 AM (6 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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6 days ago  
Be veddy quiet. I'm hunting great northern spike horn moose.   Hehehe.
 
6 days ago  
Have you considered just shooting them, and fining their owner for the damages?
 
6 days ago  
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6 days ago  
a deer can jump higher than a house. mostly because houses can't jump
 
6 days ago  
Jumping animals are awesome

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6 days ago  

Obscene_CNN: Obligatory

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That's just wrong. Can I have a window seat?
 
6 days ago  
It's time to restore law and udder.
 
6 days ago  
Amateurs.
 
6 days ago  
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6 days ago  
Those are mean Moo-chachas.  Never like this before Roe v Wade was overturned.


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6 days ago  

NM Volunteer: Have you considered just shooting them, and fining their owner for the damages?


Seriously. This sounds like a problem for 20-30 rounds of .50cal, a nice afternoon, and a cooler of beer. And then one BIG barbeque.
 
6 days ago  
Five feet?  I thought cows could jump a lot higher than that.

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6 days ago  
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Soon...
 
6 days ago  
My CSB:
Driving along an isolated state freeway near Moscow, ID and I damn near broadside a frigging Cow standing in the middle of the road. I sat there for a few minutes wondering how in the hell did a cow magically appear on a highway with 5 ft fencing all along both sides? As I slowly drive away I see the cow just walk over to one of the fences and casually jump over the damn thing! I would have never thought a freaking cow could do such a thing.
 
6 days ago  
Back in the early aughts, I was doing oil surveying a crew in Kansas. One area we worked in had a ranch that just got a small herd of bison. The fence around their area was 6ft heavy-duty electrified fence, and we were still warned not to get too close. Apparently the fence was more of a suggestion to stay than a rule.

I don't know for sure, but I predicted that the rancher's new enterprise would not last very long
 
6 days ago  
The Jumping Cow is the name of my vegan-sushi wing joint.
 
6 days ago  
Wow, my second greenlight! Moo!
 
6 days ago  

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Les bovin voyous cannot be contained.
 
6 days ago  
In a previous life, the newly appointed CEO of our company was doing the rounds at local offices.  Our office wasn't too thrilled about his golden parachute package that he would take, just like the last few in the revolving door.  So, before visiting, we did some research.   Turns out ol' Jeffy boy had a ranch out in the west somewhere, and his neighbors had buffalo that liked to jump fences.  Ol Jeffy boy decided to hire BUFFALO MURDERERS, who then went and killed a dozen or so of his neighbors buffalo, then he got indicted for it.  Then he became our CEO

So, what im trying to say is, buffalo can jump fences too, and when he came to visit, there was a LOT of buffalo imagery on display in the office.  He definitely noticed.  fark you Jeff
 
6 days ago  
Cows on the road?

I suppose noone has ever heard of

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6 days ago  
They should recruit some for the NBA!
 
6 days ago  
I was with my Dad driving across Dartmoor one night in a proper pea-souper.  He had an old Mercedes estate which had already demolished a farmer's Subaru in a head on collision, it was a hefty old car.  We weren't going very quickly, only about 20-25mph when a cow loomed out of the fog.  Specifically, the cow's arse.  We knocked her back legs out from under her as we came to a stop and she sat down on the bonnet and destroyed the car.  She stood up and with a swish of her tail, sauntered off into the fog.
 
6 days ago  

DarkSoulNoHope: They should recruit some for the NBA!


The Moosiers?
 
6 days ago  
Ste. Tite...I have land there.  (I really do).
 
6 days ago  

Harry Freakstorm: Be veddy quiet. I'm hunting great northern spike horn moose.   Hehehe.


Yeah I was thinking, just let the hunters loose on them.
 
6 days ago  
Thanksgiving 1970 a friend and I were heading up I-65 from West Lafayette, IN to Skokie.  About 20 miles north of Purdue there's a whole herd of cattle running north along the centerstrip, probably about 40 or 50 cows.  It was before cellphones so we got off the Interstate and called the Benton County sheriff.

When we passed the herd they still had a while to go but were coming up to a bridge abuttment that would scatter them into the traffic lanes.

Never did find out what happened to them ...
 
6 days ago  

Communist Middleschool Student: Harry Freakstorm: Be veddy quiet. I'm hunting great northern spike horn moose.   Hehehe.

Yeah I was thinking, just let the hunters loose on them.


We're here in Canada and a little more careful about armed incursions onto someone's private property lol.
We have moose and deer season and can get tags as part of a lottery.  So far as I know there's no "season" for domestic bovine, free range or not.
 
6 days ago  
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Yvonne says mooooove over, amateur
 
6 days ago  
I thought the headline would be about rats.

I worry more about rats somehow finding their way into my apartment than cows, that's probably why.

Spiders and rats, both want inside when its cold.
 
6 days ago  
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6 days ago  
What, they don't have cattle dogs in Canada? I can loan them mine. 
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5 days ago  

bucket_pup: My CSB:
Driving along an isolated state freeway near Moscow, ID and I damn near broadside a frigging Cow standing in the middle of the road. I sat there for a few minutes wondering how in the hell did a cow magically appear on a highway with 5 ft fencing all along both sides? As I slowly drive away I see the cow just walk over to one of the fences and casually jump over the damn thing! I would have never thought a freaking cow could do such a thing.


They jump just like a horse. If the cow rears up.on it's back legs, it's already taller than the fence. All that's required is for it to be able to push itself forward and maybe a running start.
 
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