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Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of your favorite breed.
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Calf: Circle Cee Legend
HRJ Maverick (twin)
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Dubuc Zaola 227Z
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Never seen such deep bodied chars .and all with same phenotype ...
someone said I should follow my dreams,,so I went back to bed...
- Trail Boss
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Makes me want to get another Char bull. Fine cattle you have Dub
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They look good. Thats about as good a looking bunch of Char cattle as i have ever seen.
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Nice bunch of cattle, really nice, grass looks great!
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- Trail Boss
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That is the best group of Charolais cattle I have ever seen. Great job.
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nice cattle....and pretty good grass as well...
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Really good cattle. I'm glad to see real chars.
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Nice looking cows, and impressive calves. I'd like to see a picture of that bull in background of the last picture. (If that is a bull.)
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Did anyone apologize for making me one?
- Trail Boss
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Best Chars I have seen in years. And not sure if I ever seen Chars that deep and that much volume. Phenotype has come long way, looks like for the better.
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Those cattle are at least as good looking as any I've seen, of any breed. Congratulations.
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Do you sell bulls at auction or private treaty.
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Looking very good! Have to admit that's one of the best herd of Charolais I've seen, too.