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“When Jim Sr. was five years old, his father made the daring move of buying a new breed of cattle called Beefmaster.”
“Even though the Beefmaster is a big producer, it is an easy tomato plant to grow.”
“Beefmaster I am sorry but just because you have not heard of a movie does not mean that it is not good, not all of those movies are “artsy fartsy” either.”
““The hope is to keep the incredible carcass, heat resistance, and consistency characteristics of our Beefmaster and breed an animal that consistently produces prime grade meat with healthy fat,” says Mr. McAllen Jr., steering around rattail cacti.”
“You can also be blindsided, as the dean of Beefmaster was by the rage for Certified Angus.”
“One of my bulls made cover boy of Beefmaster Cowman magazine.”
“The family raised Beefmaster cattle and were active in Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio shows.”
“Also: 'Beefmaster,' 'Caspian Pink,' 'Mortgage Lifter”
“GOMEZ: Yeah, yeah, right at least John Casey’s moving the Beefmaster or two once in a while for crying out loud.”
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