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Idiotic reporting yet again, it is not a large farm animal as it is not fully grown, it is a calf and a small one at that.

FFS a St.Bernard/Doberman/Rottweiler (or many other large dogs) are the same size and a lot more inclined to kick-off and eat meat.

The public must be fucking stuipid if they are sucked in by such shite from the So-Called BBC/RSPCA.

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54 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

Idiotic reporting yet again, it is not a large farm animal as it is not fully grown, it is a calf and a small one at that.

FFS a St.Bernard/Doberman/Rottweiler (or many other large dogs) are the same size and a lot more inclined to kick-off and eat meat.

The public must be fucking stuipid if they are sucked in by such shite from the So-Called BBC/RSPCA.

Absolutely. You could see straight away it was a calf. Probably in complete luxury compared to the poor sheep that are transported over to the EU for slaughter. Bet the driver even had the air con on.

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Stopped to pick up a guy hitchhiking in the boondocks on the edge of the Maasai Mara in Kenya, but didn’t see that he had a goat tethered to a bush. He had every intention of bringing it into the cab, but I got him to put it in the back of the pickup. 

This was so in the middle of nowhere that sometimes The was no “road” so you just make your way through the grass. You can go reasonably fast, but I hit a hidden termite mound which resulted in the goat being catapulted several feet in the air.

Oh how we laughed. Goat wasn’t happy though. Shat everywhere.

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used to look after a guy who was involved in the mau mau upriseing in kenya he had some tales to tell,and he didnt gloss it up for either side.he was a dog handeler his job was to chase find locate and kill them.if anyones ever interested i can tell some of his tales they are not nice

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