Elk ScandalContributors to this thread:
Panther Bone 29-Jan-18
Highway Star 29-Jan-18
The last savage 29-Jan-18
365 outdoors 29-Jan-18
WV Mountaineer 12-Nov-18
Caught red-handed. This gal has been shacking up with some beef for the winter. Been driving by her for 3-4weeks and she doesnt even seem ashamed.
Animals finally have the freedom to identify as the species they wish.
It's 2018 Brotsky. Specie identification is a spectrum.
What a little hussy.
From: Panther Bone
Made me laugh out loud. Thanks, guys. Pretty funny stuff.
Fake news? or what.
From: Highway Star
Who are we to judge?
Maybe her calf will be called ‘Slow Elk’
From: The last savage
This is clear animal racism!!!!,,,,I will not stand for it............ Truly,Colin kapernick
Old ranch hand I met out here (NM) had a 5x5 bull that insisted on being with a certain herd of cattle. Whenever they'd round'm up and move them he would either move w/ the herd or jump into the holding area they were in. Had pictures to go with the story, pretty wild.
Slut! Traitor to her race; )
I'm guessing those boys have bigger tools than the dudes in her hometown.
Well, she is a cow so...
So you're saying she's from Wisconsin?
LOL! You guys just made my monday..... heheheheh....
As long as I act just like a cow No One will notice. Moooo
Once you go bull you never go back...
"So you're saying she's from Wisconsin?"
No - Iowa
From: 365 outdoors
I think there should be an investigation on how she got there? Should the rancher build a wall to keep her out?
Delivered a package to a barn once and came face to face with a calf Elk. Several years later and he was a nice bull.
How dare you assume species?!
Not in a same species marriage state?
Yeah she definitely voted for Hillary.
Well, she is ignoring the social stigma and staying true to her steers going on 4 months now. Based on the size of the steers, she may be single soon.
She probably will not want to get on the ride out with her friends! Likely to be lonely soon.
Now if she got in the trailer bound for the butcher's on her own would that be considered poaching. Even if the trailer was left in the field open with alfalfa and corn in the back for a week.
A retired ranch hand showed me some old pictures from one of the ranches he worked of a 5x5 bull that insisted on being w/ his herd of cattle. He wouldn't let them round him up w/ them, but after they were moved he would be right back in the same herd's pen.
Long shot.. but anyone in the Deming NM area know Mike and Molly... let me know.
Looks like a long term relationship. She and her oxen buddies are going on 6-7 months now
That is crazy! I cannot believe she is still in there. No calf obviously.
I dont think Elk and Ox are genetically compatible ;0)... does look like she's got a smile on her face
Chicks dig a big Ox.
Not that theres anything wrong with that!
Love is where you find it, when find no love at home, and nothin's cold as ashes, after the fire is gone........
Figure she safe in the no hunting zone
She left for a couple months and showed back up last week.
Will be having a calf this spring I bet.
That lil tramp!!! Ha. I was wondering if she'd show back up. I drive by every couple of weeks.
She got her freak on away from the public eye? To funny!
From: WV Mountaineer
Still content to hang out with her oxen buddies. She's full grown now. Can't tell if she's carrying a calf yet.
Would really be funny if she drops a calf and stays!
Sure looks preggo!
Ahhh yes, the conjugal visit. It's amazing what a salt lick and 2 flakes of hay will get you in the pen these days.
Looks like there’s something in the woodpile there for sure!
Funny seeing that cow so far east along Hwy 287 and Oxford! She was there the same time last year....disappeared for a few months and returned to her steer friends. She didn't have a calf last year and I have a feeling she may not again this year? She must be lonely being so isolated from any other elk!
The question is what was she up to when she disappeared during the rut? Not the only confused individual I have seen in Boulder County.