12.28.2006

A Bridgeport Resident . . .

. . . showed up on Fox4News tonight in a story about cow cloning. Hey, if Wise County appears on the news, we repost it here. Not sure why.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

He looks like a failed attempt at cow cloning.

Anonymous said...

Yea Bridgeport.

Anonymous said...

I know him and he is a very nice guy.

Anonymous said...

I know him too and he is not only a good guy but was a dairy farmer as was his dad for many many years. He would be extremely knowledgable on the subject of cows. Looks aren't always what they appear.

greta said...

So...what's the story? Is he for or against cow cloning?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I'm with Greta - so what IS the story?

Anonymous said...

Butch said that we most likely could not tell if we ate meat that was from a cloned animal. We are eating meat from Test tube stock already. He also said that it would be to costly for the small family farmers to clone stock.

Anonymous said...

What it wanted to say was. Buy your feed from Garrett Supply in Bridgeport & your steaks will taste Great!

Anonymous said...

nobody cares

TXsharon said...

Cross Timbers Coop

Throughout the United States more and more people are buying locally grown food in order to ensure the known origin of the food they are consuming.

Anonymous said...

I live in Dallas now and it was sure good to see someone who actually knows what the hell they are talking about on the news for a change. Butch is a GREAT guy. I'd trust anything he has to say about cows or Harley Davidsons.

Anonymous said...

Yes 10:50, in Wise County we have access to plenty of locally grown beef.... and..... meth.....

Anonymous said...

Sheehan, How can they afford it if they only make minimum wage?

Atticus said...
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Atticus said...

It is pretty humorous to me that people are worrying about cloned beef or genetically altered plants. Most of us eat hot dogs, packaged foods, etc. The hormones and other growth drugs that they give beef cattle, poultry and the other "stuff" that they add to packaged food may be what we should really concerning ourselves.

Anonymous said...

The guy knows nothing about cloning.

Anonymous said...

only in bridgeport would they try to clone a cow. thats how they get there next wife and keep everything in the family.

mooooooooooooo

go sissies!!!!