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Old 05-04-2012, 08:17 PM
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Do you recommend a 4 day per week cycle on Argentine as far as water? (meaning dry season anyway). Hoping to get something going soon over here.
Never. Your Argentine Bahia at best needs only 1/2" of rain per week. Any additional irrigation other than what nature can provide will cause many additional problems.
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:03 PM
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Ric, are you talking about the Red Hawk, http://www.landandfarm.com/property/..._RANCH-417704/

Pretty sure they graze the cattle in cross fenced pastures back away from the highway, less chance of rustling. As far as total percentages of different types of cattle I wouldn't know but the ranches I mow are probably 2/3 Angus on grass with supplemental minerals and 1/3 scrub with a longhorn bull with some supplemental minerals. One ranch I drive by has a herd Charolais cattle on grass at least some of the time, have no idea what else they are feeding.
Yes I meant Red Hawk Ranch. I was kind of surprised at the Price of $ 7900 per acre @ 605 acres. I didn't realize it was for sale. Right after Hurricane Charlie some of that property was selling for closer to $ 30,000 an acre. The other thing that surprised me was Red Hank is only 605 acres. I was thinking it was a lot bigger. I believe the Wood fence and stone enterance on 769 makes the ranch look bigger.


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