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 Ellie_bugs
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What kind of breeds (if any) are going to be featured on the sim, if anybody knows? I really don't know much about bucking bulls in rl, so my question to the readers: What kind of breeds would you like to see in the sim?
Thanks for all your imput!
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 Gillmon
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I don't know too much about rodeo bulls either. I live in an area where rodeos are pretty popular so I know a little. lol

I think Texas longhorn, brahman, and sometimes watusi are rodeo breeds. Correct me if I'm wrong.

The sim looks awesome so far! happy :)


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I don't know too much about rodeo bulls either. I live in an area where rodeos are pretty popular so I know a little. lol

I think Texas longhorn, brahman, and sometimes watusi are rodeo breeds. Correct me if I'm wrong.

The sim looks awesome so far! happy :)



Ok thanks a lot! LOL the closest acess I have to bucking bulls is at the winter fair once a year...

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 Plumb Creek Ranch
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4/5/2008 7:39:11 PM reply with quote send message to Plumb Creek Ranch Object to Post

MOst bucking bull ar really crosses of amny types of cattle to clear up some of the confusion you can also go to PBR.com to find out more
 PLZ Buckin Bulls
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4/7/2008 1:44:13 PM reply with quote send message to PLZ Buckin Bulls Object to Post

think this game is gonna OWN!
 DoubleC Bucking Bulls
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Most of the time buckin bulls are just extreme crosses. Most of the time the cows are F-1's (Brahma X Any British Breed, Longhorn,) most don't have to much European influence. After you get those F-1 cows you see most of the sires being mainly brahma, and SOME hereford. Chances are most bulls can be traced back through many brahmas for the mean spirit with other breeds thrown in for muscle mass, size, and intelligence. After after we go through that phase you'll get to where the sires for everything will be the retired greats. And the cows will be half sister full sisters mother and grandmothers or other types of close relation to the proven buckers. If the way I see things goin happens that will be hoe it should develop. We shall see though.
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Most of the time buckin bulls are just extreme crosses. Most of the time the cows are F-1's (Brahma X Any British Breed, Longhorn,) most don't have to much European influence. After you get those F-1 cows you see most of the sires being mainly brahma, and SOME hereford. Chances are most bulls can be traced back through many brahmas for the mean spirit with other breeds thrown in for muscle mass, size, and intelligence. After after we go through that phase you'll get to where the sires for everything will be the retired greats. And the cows will be half sister full sisters mother and grandmothers or other types of close relation to the proven buckers. If the way I see things goin happens that will be hoe it should develop. We shall see though.
I have a feeling purebreds are not going to be very popular here LOL laugh :D.

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 DoubleC Bucking Bulls
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4/8/2008 8:21:04 AM reply with quote send message to DoubleC Bucking Bulls Object to Post

no they wont. because no one breed possesses all the qualities that a champion bucking bull needs
 Lone Valley Rodeo Company
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there is a breed called plummer that are really good bucking bulls.
 Y River Rodeo Company
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4/9/2008 7:06:53 PM reply with quote send message to Y River Rodeo Company Object to Post

It dont matter what the breed is if it bucks it bucks it dont it becomes mcdonalds
 D Bar D Buckin bulls
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4/9/2008 8:29:02 PM reply with quote send message to D Bar D Buckin bulls Object to Post

ur right y a bull is gonna either buck or he wont. there r so many factors when breeding bucking bulls blood lines and everything. you could breed 100 heifers ang 30 bulls out of that hundred and only 2 buck its just the luck of the draw i guess
 Robles Bucking Bulls
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Well its not just all about blood lines either. Ive seen somepretty darn rank bulls come from a sale barn or right out of a pasture. Look at Dillinger from Harrington and Red Rocker from Neil Gay. Dillinger was pulled out of a pasture and Red Rocker was bought from a sale barn. Dillinger was almost a 3 time bull of the year and Red Rocker was a dern good bucker
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Well its not just all about blood lines either. Ive seen somepretty darn rank bulls come from a sale barn or right out of a pasture. Look at Dillinger from Harrington and Red Rocker from Neil Gay. Dillinger was pulled out of a pasture and Red Rocker was bought from a sale barn. Dillinger was almost a 3 time bull of the year and Red Rocker was a dern good bucker
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4/10/2008 6:38:03 PM reply with quote send message to power of three ranch Object to Post

This'd be a great question for admin...should I email him? or would that make more stress on him?
 Cedar Bucking Bulls
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my grandfather once owned a bucking bull.
he had about 10 different breeds in him but looked like a charloais.
 Bressler Cattle Company
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4/12/2008 12:54:51 PM reply with quote send message to Bressler Cattle Company Object to Post

When people are looking for bucking bulls the breed of the bull is not taken into to serious consideration. All you want your bull to do is buck. But, most bucking bulls have some brahman influence.

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 Y River Rodeo Company
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4/22/2008 8:24:31 PM reply with quote send message to Y River Rodeo Company Object to Post

what should happen is we should be able to buy the bulls off show cattle and buck them and see how it roles use all the cattle from there instead of having to create all the cattle and what ever else they do
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It dont matter what the breed is if it bucks it bucks it dont it becomes mcdonalds
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 Plumb Creek Ranch
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4/30/2008 7:06:29 PM reply with quote send message to Plumb Creek Ranch Object to Post

the plummer is not actually a breed its a gene line that has realy good bulls in it like Blue Berry Wine and is sons
 Plumb Creek Ranch
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4/30/2008 7:09:04 PM reply with quote send message to Plumb Creek Ranch Object to Post

how many of you guys really know about the bulls of rodeo pure breds can not buck with the big boys in any rodeo circit
 rocking cross bucking bulls
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8/18/2009 11:16:57 AM reply with quote send message to rocking cross bucking bulls Object to Post

longhorns are what they use for jr steer riding

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