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    Yep that's a good one for sure.
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    WOW, very nice bull!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Wow...he looks like one of the bulls they get in Canada with all that palmation.
    That was my first thought too.

    What state/country is he from?
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    You guys will probably kill me for saying this, but I don't think he will score that well. Yes, he has real mass with the palmation in some areas, but his tines are not that long after his thirds on to the top and neither are his main beams. He is very unique and that, in my book, would make him a shooter and quite a trophy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    You guys will probably kill me for saying this, but I don't think he will score that well. Yes, he has real mass with the palmation in some areas, but his tines are not that long after his thirds on to the top and neither are his main beams. He is very unique and that, in my book, would make him a shooter and quite a trophy.
    I agree with the score part... But, score ain't everything, that's an awesome bull!
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    I think he'd make 350....but who cares! That is a unique bull and I'd love to have him on my wall. Anyone else notice the pot belly on this guy? Looks like an old bull for sure on his way down which is probably where all that mass starts to figure in.

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    Maybe with some good moisture and feed he will finish out better this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    That was my first thought too.

    What state/country is he from?
    He is a Wyoming Bull

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    I think that's a 350 bull, that bull is unique and would have a hard time passing him
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    I wouldn't even start to hesitate. That bull looks awesome. Thanks for sharing!

 

 

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