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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

Barge name: Rail Meat
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I like the udder nonsense of this thread.

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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

Fun thread!

My first thought on reading the title was, "I remember that episode of 'Firefly'..."
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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

Cows always face downwind so make great masthead indicators. The dingy has to be named 'Hind tit'. tender to Moovin on. I grew up cranking the separator for skim and cream (raw) so ruminate on that.
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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

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Cows always face downwind so make great masthead indicators.
OK, but how do you get the cow up there?

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Here's our mast man taking a slug during our last race. He's 23 years old and 23" tall - really easy to hoist aloft. Drinking it straight didn't seem to affect him.

1. Your mast man appears to have greying hair on my screen, so I question him being only 23.

2. Your cow has horns and would appear to be male. Ain't no way I'm cruising on that ship.

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Re: Cruising with livestock -- any anchoring issues?

Back in the day when cows were immigrating to western Canada they used to get off the ship at certain ports. Hence the name ' Cattle Point' True. They were not wealthy and so traveled in steerage . Also true. Bene 505 As for getting them up the mast, just put the salt lick up there , they'll find it.
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Just in case people start asking, "How do you get the cow onto the boat?"
That's easy... Just launch your El Toro...

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What this thread needs is......

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How would you vent all that methane? Why, with COWlings, of course!
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