Massey135 wrote:Reminds me of playing little league baseball and all the infielders chanting, "hey batter batter." There's only one way to shut em up.
KNERSIE wrote:Your replacement heifers looks a nice group, really like the heifer in the second last pic in the first post. Overall not to impressed with type and don't think the bulls you are using is what your cows need.
Obviously I respect your opinion, I've made note of that many times in the past. From looking at your cattle, I think its clear I prefer a little more angular type female as my grass can support it.
If you would, or anyone else for that matter, please elaborate on your type concerns - both with the cows and bull selection.
Genetically, both these bulls come from as maternal a background as the breed offers. I have one goal w/ my cattle and that is to produce an extremely maternal yet functional herd of cows.
I will post more picks of the heifer you liked as well as her 4 other of her 3/4 sisters.
Roan wrote:Would like to see a pic of heifer that was clipped with head up. What bulls are you using? I like them good functional heard!
Massey135 wrote:Here's another pic of the 3/4 sisters. These cattle are far from what is considered dual purpose within the shorthorn breed. I prefer a more feminine type than some I will say tho. Have many more pics but not that are on my phone.