While cutting hay

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  1. WyoRanchHand

    WyoRanchHand Active Member

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    Some of you guys around Buffalo may know where this is.
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    I'll try and get a head on shot today.
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  2. Broz

    Broz Well-Known Member

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    Are they close to town? I might have seen them when I passed through a while back.

    Jeff
     

  3. WyoRanchHand

    WyoRanchHand Active Member

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    South of town about 10 miles and 4 miles east of old 87.
     
  4. Broz

    Broz Well-Known Member

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    Nope, The ones I seen were almost in town. Great pics, thanks for posting.

    Jeff
     
  5. badaboom

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    It must be hunting season cause I'm not seeing anything.
    I can't see the pictures
     
  6. silvertip-co

    silvertip-co Well-Known Member

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    I need to work harder at gettin promoted to a job in BuffaloWyo. Geez thems some nice moolies.
     
  7. Wlfdg

    Wlfdg Well-Known Member

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    I have a buddy who grew up in Buffalo. After he came home from 'Nam he moved to Laramie. Seems like the only trophy he doesn't have is a big Mulie. I'll have to show him this :D. I'll tell him to "GO HOME!"
     
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  8. davewilson

    davewilson Well-Known Member

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    those horns seem awlful light colored for this time of year. is that common in this area?
     
  9. Wlfdg

    Wlfdg Well-Known Member

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    Are they still in velvet?
     
  10. WyoRanchHand

    WyoRanchHand Active Member

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    The horns aren't quite as light as they look in the picture. Seems like the mulies that hang around this hay field do have lighter colored horns. Except for the buck on the right in the top picture, they are out of velvet.
     
  11. Sendero_Man

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    They are white because there are no trees in Wyoming.... they all have blown to Colorado...

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  12. WyoRanchHand

    WyoRanchHand Active Member

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    Here are a couple more.

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