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pigman816
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Registered: Mar 2010
Location: North Missouri
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X bred

I've got a nice Hardtime bred female, that I am considering on crossing to my bluetick male. I'm looking for opinions on crossing English X Bluetick.

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Registered: Mar 2006
Location: Stilwell, Ok
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I have some right now that are 7 months old . they are out of my SMOKEYRIVER female an out of a HARDTYME male. They have a lot of brains layed back an sure do like to hunt. They will go by them self an they sure like to check trees.

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