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    Cow Crap

    The cattle trucks are rolling towards the high country (met 4 of them east bound on Hwy 70 today) which means there WILL be cow crap in the corners.... This is almost as slick as Whale crap on an ice flow so watch your step....

    CHP feels 58mph in a 55 zone is a bigger safety issue, so calling in the crap spewers is pointless. I know, I tried.

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    Re: Cow Crap

    LOL One of our Vic riders encountered spilled fish guts and went down. He was ok but stunk!

    I've thrown cones up on 80 & had cow trucks go by & YES you get splooshed! YUK!!!

    TY for the heads up.

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    Rant Rave Re: Cow Crap

    Cow crap is bad but pig is the worst.It's just as slippery but stinks 20 times more.I once followed a couple of trucks loaded with pigs and the stuff was splashing out the back and making riding like Russian roulet on the corners. That stench is embeded in my memery forever.

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    Re: Cow Crap

    Quote Originally Posted by eojmo View Post
    Cow crap is bad but pig is the worst.It's just as slippery but stinks 20 times more.I once followed a couple of trucks loaded with pigs and the stuff was splashing out the back and making riding like Russian roulet on the corners. That stench is embeded in my memery forever.
    I have to agree with you there! When I was a young lad I worked at a truck stop in Road Forks NM and the trucks that smelled the worst were pig haulers and the chicken trucks. Cattle come in a close third. Of course there is nothing that smells worse than livestock that has been struck and is left to ferment on the side of the road for a few weeks. That stench will travel for miles!
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