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Sure looks like it. But the hide colour doesn't jive with the usual red/white suspects.
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- Caustic Burno
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Most common defect in British cattle Guernsey's are also known to have the defect.
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We had a calf, where I work, like that back in the early fall but it was dead. That calf was straight Blk Angus. Looked a lot like the one pictured with regards to the hairlessness and funky teeth.
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