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Forums >> Texas Hunting >> Texas Deer Hunting >> Texas Panhandle

Texas Panhandle

randyhollar
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Any texas panhandle hunters out there?  Kent-King-Dickens-Donley-Hemphill counties.....

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Moore county

hello, i have hunted around estelline a few times. i am from Dumas.

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I've hunted Kent County before, around Jayton.  Used to live in Knox City in Knox County just east of King County (worked on the 6666 ranch).

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randyhollar
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Good to hear from you guys.  I am orignally from Munday Texas(Knox City rival back in my days).  My dads family ranched around Dumont Texas where our family still has property an is one of my favorite places to hunt.  I also do a little hunting on a ranch up around McCullen Creek outside Clarendon(deer from picture last year) and farther up on a ranch outside Canadian Texas.  I am going to also have the priviledge to hunt on a ranch outside Jayton this next season.  David you may know my cousin Monte Hollar who also works on the 6666.  My uncle Dub Hollar was the sheriff of King County back in the 60's for a number of years and lived in Guthrie.  Small world......

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Jeez, Randy, how much did that hoss weigh?

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It is a small world...was up there in the mid-90s for several years.  Pretty sure I knew of Monte but didn't really know him since i didn't work for Miss Anne, although I spent a good deal of time on the 6666.  And, if I remember right the foreman's name was Mike Gibson at the time - his dad was forman out there too.   In fact, we actually lived about 3/4 mile east of Knox City right there off highway 222 on the south side headed towards Munday.  Our neighbors were the Casillas'...maybe you know them.  Either way, I'm sure we know some of the same people.  

I loved that area - its a great place if you like the Big Country as well as hunt deer, geese, quail, or dove.  Tremendous deer out there - like yours (and that one IS a hoss)  A bud of mine shot a 155 B&C 12 point right after i left.  About right!

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randyhollar
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Looking forward to having a good year up there this year.  It has been very-very dry and very-very hot down here around Austin.  Will be making a trip up over Labor Day for maintnance of a few feeders and hope to get in a little morning dove hunting(how are they flying?)  I think we got two cuts and going for a third on one of my hay grazer fields(everything is dead and all the tanks dried up down here)...but if you can find a little water hole the whitewing hunting should be hot and heavy!!!!  What is the price of corn up in that part of the country and a good place to pick up a ton?(preferably around Jayton-Paducah-Childress or up toward Clarendon).  Looks like a great hunting site and hope all you Panhandle hunters keep in touch during the season and good luck to all........I just have to say it GO MUNDAY MOGULS and one more panhandle buck(200 plus a few lbs) for the road out of Canadian in 2007........

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Hey Randy Hollar. Just wanted to know if you've been around Clarendon Recently. I've got  about 200 acres of family land I'm thinking of making a trip to hunt. I haven't been there in a few years, but I've heard good things about the mule deer and the possibility of getting a wild hog hunt in. Let me know because its gonna be a hell of a drive from S.A.

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randyhollar
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Haven't been up in a few months but there are a few mule deer especially if you have any kind of winter wheat or alfalfa(which should be plentiful from the good rains they have received throughout the summer).  The ranch I hunt has held a few mules over the past years in some of the better canyons and I usually run across them anytime except for the 3 week season(I go up every year during or just after Thanksgiving in hopes of seeing a good one!)  Hopefully my turn will come this year for a good mule.  Good luck and the drive is not all that bad and well worth your time and effort.

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Matt Truitt
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Have a lease in Cottle County. First year-

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randyhollar
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Matt

Which way from Paducah are you?  There are some pretty large ranches in this area and most of them from what I have seen over the past 30 years plus do a very good job of managing their wildlife and wildlife habitat.  I have the Tongue River on a few sides of my property and of course there are the Pitchfork and 6666 who all do an outstanding job of wildlife management.  If all this care was taken on the ranches down south I think the hunting would still be there also.....Some good mulies out around Paducah-CV and Tell area and Hall County.  

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randyhollar
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Outside Guthrie.......

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Matt Truitt
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Lease is just south of paducah. 700 acres. No livestock on it. So far have taken about 20 hogs out of there. Cant wait for deer season tho.

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randyhollar
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Matt

You must be really close to my property in Dumont............Heading up that way next weekend.....

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Matt Truitt
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Unfortunately, I wont make it up there much this season(getting married next month). I have a family owned place in Central Texas that I will be able to make it to every day Im not working. But the lease in Paducah is too much of a drive for me. Im gonna take a feeder up this month sometime and fill it chock full of corn, with an elevated stand placed nearby. As far as when I get to hunt... probly just during mulie season. I have some vacation then. Big thing is I had to get on the lease this year. Its GREAT acreage and was dirt cheap. (700 really good acres for 625 a gun) The other guys on the lease are all close friends and VERY good about management of the wildlife. I plan on going up there for the annual hog slaughter in Feb. Last year we shot about 10 in 24 hours with 2 guns. Awesome land. Really pleased.

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Randy,

That picture you took outside of Guthrie looks like its on 6666 land (the fence looks like it anyway).  Is that where is was taken?

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randyhollar
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David

Yep...........Almost directly across the road from the 6666 supply house.......I spent a lot of memorable hours playing in and around the old jail house there as a youngster......Will be passing through this weekend......

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Hope you have a great time...that's such a picturesque part Texas.  Forget the name of that photographer who lived in Benjamin (maybe he still does).  We loved his work.

We really saw some amazing deer while we lived up there, especially around what we used to call the 'D' wheat field (6666 had another name for it).  That was a couple miles east of Guthrie.  And, if I remember correctly, they had a corral right off the road to the south side, and the 'D' was to the south behind it.

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randyhollar
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Wyman Meinzer and his wife still live in the restored jailhouse in Benjamin(as far as I know)....Yep it is beautiful country!!!!!!!!!!!!!I got to visit with my uncle Dub Hollar in Guthrie during the shooting of a Roy Rogers movie during the 60's............still have an autographed picture of Roy-Dale and Trigger at the old house in Dumont........Have really had some good rains finally down here around Austin the last couple of days(finally!!)  Will probably get rained on all the way to Canadian tomorrow...........All take care and I will try to get back with a few pics......... 

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transman
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Kent County hunter here. Been hunting there for 5 years.

I work, So I can hunt.

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randyhollar
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Well, I worked enough to take off a few days and drive up North to the panhandle earlier this week and Oh what a wonderful change it was from the hot and dry surroundings around San Marcos.  Rain has been good to all the farmers and ranchers up there and by the way we did almost get stuck on the farm in Dumont.  Green all the way up to Canadian and all the grass-wheat and cotton looking very healthy around Clarendon.  Saw quite a few nice bucks-lot of young eights and does with twins-turkey and even had a couple of young bucks sparing while sitting on the porch of the ranch in Clarendon Tuesday morning.  Great trip and can't wait to get back up when the season opens.   

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Hey Randy, don't tell everyone about the great deer around Kent Co. pretty soon everyone will be wanting to hunt up there.  I worked in Kent Co at the Salt Creek Field for many years and hunted on Buddy Baldrich for about three years until he let the outfitters have control.  I believe the biggest bodied deer I have ever seen was in Kent Co. on Buddies land.  Great place to hunt and some really beautiful country along the rivers and creeks.  I live down in Scurry Co. which is another good place to hunt if you can find a lease.  I worked with a lady that her husband worked on the 6666 name of Gohlson from Guthrie, TX.  When you mentioned photos I thought of him.  He made some beautiful pictures of mainly cowbows working.  That is a good part of the country. G.Poe

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thedosranchhand
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Hey Randy, I will be in Dickens and Kent county all year. I have alot of family land that i hunt in both counties. Who will you be hunting on around Jayton?

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randyhollar
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A little song to get everyone in the mood............

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randyhollar
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Woops try this again..........Have been trying to keep it under my hat for many years now Gary but I think somebody let the cat out of the bag a few years back.  Hopefully the larger ranches and outfitters will apply good management and it will not end up like South Texas.  I am very gratefull being able to hold on to my grandfathers place in Dumont and would like to keep it in the family for many years to come.  This will be my first year being able to hunt around the Jayton area which is owned by family friends(off HWY 1228) I was finally able to go through there and set up a couple of feeders on my trip last week.  Looks pretty promising...lot of hogs.....How is the area around there?  Looks like a cold front heading South.......hope it moves some birds down around San Marcos for my grandson and I............All keep in touch.....  

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randyhollar
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randyhollar
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Well, finally got back into our house and the computer back up and running.  Pretty buck taken off one of the panhandle ranches by a friend who bowhunts.  Looking forward to gun season!!

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loadedveer
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Hey guys, I had a lease in between Jayton and Rotan for 2 years before the ranch sold.  It was the best lease I was ever on.  Three of us on two and a half sections.  I shot a nine point buck that grossed 154 the day after Thanksgiving 4 years ago.  Biggest deer I have ever shot or seen.

 

I have an invite this year to hunt outside of Higgins just north of Canadian.  What are some suggestions as to method of hunting beside sitting on or near wheat fields early and late?

 

Thanks

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randyhollar
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Monty

I have been hunting around Dumont for the past 20 years and this is the first year I have a chance to hunt around Jayton.  We are not on the river but more in the farming area outside Jayton.  Have not done much scouting since I put up a feeder but interested in how the hunting is in this area? The buck in the above picture was taken on a ranch outside Canadian on the river(will be there after Thanksgiving).  If you have a large ranch to hunt on driving the deep draws is where you will find the big boys.  We have had good luck around feeders and rattling works great during the rut which usually takes place around the last week of November and first week of December.  Of course wheat fields are excellent also(plenty of that this year!)  The Higgens area should be great hunting and the possibility of a mule is not out of the question.  Have a Great year........

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loadedveer
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Randy

We had luck rattling and calling a week or two before Thanksgiving and about the same after Thanksgiving.  We were on ABC Creek.  We had some farm and wheat around us, but were not really in the middle of farm country. We did see some good bucks going either to Rotan or Jayton at night.

Our deer really moved alot from 10 am til 2 pm.  I grunted mine up at noon in 77 degree weather the day after Thanksgiving.  My buddy shot a 23 inch wide ten point the next day that came in to scent check a feeder.  If you have some topography on your land, it is good to set up your feeder where you have some visibility.  3 of our feeders were 250 yards from the blinds, which is far,but we saw tons of bucks who just liked to mosey through without ever coming to the feeders.  If you don't have much topography, the thick stuff and its fringes is a good bet also.

I like your buck from the river.  He is a bruiser. He looks like he weights about 2 bills and scores close to 140.

We don't have a large ranch to hunt, but it has two wheatfields with draws right off it, so we are looking forward to it.

Good luck and thanks for the reply.

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dktextech

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I would love to hunt south texas with just the sheer number but i grew up and now am back in lubbock and went to south west texas or texas state and these huge racked deer might have weighted 150 pounds! we have a small place were dickens and kent county mix and we definately dont have the sheer number of deer but if its a shooter its a shooter! I have a friend that hunts about 1 and half hrs from us kinda close to matatdor that shot a deer that grossed 196 and his brother shot one the next day that was 168! both good deer! this year i had my first buck bow kill and it was nothing special just a 8 pointer but the only reason i shot it was because he had 10 and 10 and a half brow tines! he only score 138 as an 8 but every other buck i have shot has a brow tine messed up!! I am going to vet school at A&M what are the good counties down south around college station?

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dktextech

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the best counties i think are up north by oklahoma or besides that in this exact order... kent, motley ( a little north of matador on all the pease rivers up to turkey), king, dickens (NE and SE parts of the county, foard ( a lil outside panhandle), garza (south of post), stonewall, and then knox! thats my personal opinion of the lands i have been lucky to hunt on! Are place is only ten miles SW of white river and i can invite all my friends and still have 40 turkeys pass every day by my blind!! are biggest deer is a 158, 146, 144 and a 138! we have only had it for 5 years but me and my brother switch off shooting the buck for the year! what sucks is the land to the west of us is a day lease and i hear at least 3 deer rifle shots go off because they payed 200.00 or whatever wanting a trophy but will shoot a 2 year old 6 just to "get his moneys worth"! If anybody knows of anybody that is trying to sale or lease land around spur or white river area both barely in dickens and kent county would be greatly appreciated because i am looking to buy a couple of sections

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randyhollar
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David Good to have your comments added to the panhandle hunter section. My son in law's brother and his wife just recently graduated from A&M both with vet degrees. They did their intern up in Colorado and now practice in the Ft Worth area. We are in San Marcos and I really enjoy getting up to our places in the panhandle as often as possible. Will hopefully be going up next week(little maintanance work and of course a gobbler hopefully). Originally I was raised in Munday which is in Knox County.......My uncle may have a section for sale around Dumont (but I think it is priced to high>>>>)

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mr.hollar my jason hoke and i,am thinking buying some property s. of dumont tx.  i just not satisfied that it has all the widlife on it that i'm  looking to hunt.  could you tell me a little about there area.

 

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randyhollar
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Jason

Back in the sixties and early seventies most of all the land around Dumont was either ranching or farming.  There were not any deer in the county but had some of the best quail(mostly blues) hunting in the state of Texas.  Since then deer were introduced to the area somewhere around 1970 and they have adapted very good.  We now have good deer counts thanks to very good game management by ranchers around the area.  The quail population is still pretty good(not as many blues)-the turkey population seems to be doing very well-good dove hunting and there are to many damm hogs. Always keep good wildlife and agricultural management practices in place and our grandchildren and others can enjoy good hunting for years to come.

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randyhollar
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Hey Guys How is everybody doing and welcome back to the 2010-2011 season............Went up last weekend and all looks great for good hunts this year..........We will see some good mature bucks because of the last two years of good rains and a good fawn survival from 2004........Keep in touch...............How bout them Munday Moguls!!!!!!!!

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ANTLERS

Hey guys, have enjoyed reading your replys to panhandle hunting. I have a few questions to ask. Fisrt of all im gonna be hunting in kent county on some family property this year for the first time. I have hunted south Texas most of my life and not real familiar with the Kent county country. I dont really know what to expect as far as Rut time, deer quality and horn size. Im in the northern part of the county. I was also wondering if there are many mule deer in that area? Thanks in advance, and good luck this hunting season!

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Wes C

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Just tryn to figure out how to use this site / didn't mean to put that pic there

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davidh

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Randy, my name is David Hollar - from the Dumont Hollar's. My dad was Travis. We still own about 100 acres ther just west of town. We also have land in Chalk where we have been hunting mostly. Lots of good bucks out there this year.

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randyhollar
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David

Are you still around?

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ANTLERS

Hey Randy, My name is Brad Wilson.  I just bought a little ranch in Dumont, and wanted to pick your brain a little about the area.  When you get a few minutes would you give me a shout at (806) 893-1664 or shoot me a quick email at bbwilson17@aol.com.  Thanks! I look forward to hearing from you.

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Diamondback Ranch
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I own a small place outside of Jayton,Texas for the past servel years and have enjoyed hunting there.I took this 10 point Nov. 2011.

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randyhollar
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Nice!!!WELCOME BACK TO THE 2011-2012 SEASON...  Just got back last night from a weekend trip up to the Dumont farms to top off feeders and do a little work on the house........Still dry and can not get any wheat or oats in the ground YET!......Just one of those years and it will not be the last.....The cool weather was very welcome!!.Horns looking better than expected and lots of hogs and turkey......dove hunting was good down here in san marcos...

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randyhollar
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BRAD.ARE YOU STILL OUT THERE?????

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Diamondback Ranch
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Thanks...It took me 3 years to finally get him but it was all worth it.He's not a big monster buck but I'm happy with him.He has alot of  detail to him and he looks like he was a fighter around Jayton..lol...I can't wait till this season.I know it's been dry and I hope that doesn't hurt us any.I took a 225 pound hog the season before last off of my place.He was solid blonde and long hair on him like a golden lab.It seem like last year for me was the best year ever in Jayton.I don't know of it was because of alot more rain than what we were use to be getting but it justed seem like there were alot more deer....

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randyhollar
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Curt

Do you know Bill and Maurine Williams over in Jayton?

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Diamondback Ranch
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@Randy,

Sorry bro. but those names just dont ring a bell with me.Do you know Don Jones (He done my dozer and fence work for me) or Ernest Green?

 

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Eatin my corn...[IMG]http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u295/randyhollar/Picture029.jpg[/IMG]

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Diamondback Ranch
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Randy,

They look good bro.Glad u posted sum pics. bc with the lack of rain I was worried about they be healthy...Thannks Curt

DBR

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Randy 

this is Quentin Gass I live at Tongue River it is going to be a good year this year for bucks

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randyhollar
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Quentin

Was up there for a few days this week taking care of some business and filling some feeders.  All my grazer is looking real good and things were green.  Had a chance to chat with Mrs Smith but did not see Todd.  Saw lot of 3-4 year olds last year but we held off because of the draught and broken horns.  Hope everyone is doing good over at the Tongue River.  Say hi to Tom and keep in touch.  randyhollar@yahoo.com

 

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