ALACOWMAN wrote:using a brahman bull in that mix ,,, the 3 breed rotation is rolling in the opposite direction.....
Santas and Duhram Reds wrote:Santas, Beefmaster, Brangus. Wouldn't personally do an eared breed where the other breed is a Continental breed.
jaimefloresh wrote:What will be the best bull (breed) to bred a charolais-angus cows, i'm looking for heavy calves and good repleasements, no problem whit some ear, tanks
well start with the cows that are obviously already working in his enviroment,, but one half is a maternal breed and the other half is used for terminal in a crossbred situation,,, the charolais should be on the tail end of this system.... if he wants heavy calves, but they should be terminal... going with the brahman, will not give him heavy . and only mongrel replacements.... the brahman needs to be in the F1 momas in our enviroment ,,heat, milk, insect's. motherin'hooknline wrote:Santas and Duhram Reds wrote:Santas, Beefmaster, Brangus. Wouldn't personally do an eared breed where the other breed is a Continental breed.
Wouldn't that just water down the hetrosis?
I understand that breeding to brahma wouldn't be the norm, but help me understand how it's going backwards. if you wanted to put some heat tolerance on em without muddying the waters I would think that brahma would be the way to go.
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