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Genius. 1500 lbs of rail meat. Rail beef, technically.
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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

Had ignored this as thought was just another anchor thread,
but then remembered an old gentleman forget his name right now, who by the way did a little weather forecasting for the government on the side, tried the livestock thing on his large wooden boat many years ago. Don't really remember all the details, but I do remember they had a real nasty spell of weather for a while, but then things worked out OK. Actually they kept a log...think they called it Genesis!
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Had ignored this as thought was just another anchor thread,
but then remembered an old gentleman forget his name right now, who by the way did a little weather forecasting for the government on the side, tried the livestock thing on his large wooden boat many years ago. Don't really remember all the details, but I do remember they had a real nasty spell of weather for a while, but then things worked out OK. Actually they kept a log...think they called it Genesis!
Hugo,

Are you saying I need two cows? Expecting rain?

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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

While I think it is much less complication to get your SO pregnant, have a baby.

Then have the baby takes the powder milk, and you can have the fresh milk for next 10 years. May be you can even make more baby.

It is not so complicated.
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Hugo,

Are you saying I need two cows? Expecting rain?

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Me thinks you might need a cow, a bull
and an umbrella!
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A cow, a bull and an umbrella walk into a bar...
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You might want to consider upgrading your holding tank.
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Make sure to reclaim the methane for cooking and heating...
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