Herd Bull Turnout Pics

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Herd Bull Turnout Pics

Post by dbird33 » Mon Apr 01, 2019 2:07 pm

I was out checking on things the day after turning the bull in on a new pasture and was able to snap a few pictures I thought I would share. The bull pictured came from a farm just down the road and was my first bull purchase two years ago. Next to him in the second picture is his 60 day old son who is a chip off the old block. Third pic is the bull calf with his momma.

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Re: Herd Bull Turnout Pics

Post by T & B farms » Mon Apr 01, 2019 3:10 pm

Nice looking bull. Looks like he is long as a train

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Re: Herd Bull Turnout Pics

Post by Nesikep » Mon Apr 01, 2019 4:39 pm

Looks nice, and the calves look nice too.
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Re: Herd Bull Turnout Pics

Post by dbird33 » Mon Apr 01, 2019 5:00 pm

He is long and pretty thick overall. He is a Connealy Right Answer grandson out of a cow that had been double bred to Net Worth genetics. His calves have been pretty darn consistent so far from a phenotype and performance standpoint. They hold their own with any AI sire I have tried. His epd's changed dramatically when the one step change happened so I will have to get a few of his daughters into production before I know if he is a strictly terminal sire or not.

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Re: Herd Bull Turnout Pics

Post by T & B farms » Mon Apr 01, 2019 7:36 pm

dbird33 wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2019 5:00 pm
He is long and pretty thick overall. He is a Connealy Right Answer grandson out of a cow that had been double bred to Net Worth genetics. His calves have been pretty darn consistent so far from a phenotype and performance standpoint. They hold their own with any AI sire I have tried. His epd's changed dramatically when the one step change happened so I will have to get a few of his daughters into production before I know if he is a strictly terminal sire or not.
Right answer is pretty hard to beat. I keep telling myself I need to buy a couple hundred straws before something happens to him and they disappear. Like always, I’ll wait till it’s too late

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Re: Herd Bull Turnout Pics

Post by gizmom » Mon Apr 01, 2019 8:33 pm

Very Nice Bull!

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