Cowboy 2.0 wrote:That I did. I'm not going to buy a calf with a structural problem because it is a SHOW steer. Your real world cattle can look how they want, I mean I hear CAB is taking anything black so what does it matter. A show steer is a reflection of the breeder and their program. A structual defect in an animal only gets worse with weight, so why shouldn't they be docked in the ring for it when they have another 30-90 days on those wheels before they are killed?
aussie_cowgirl wrote:And this is where we go full circle to the argument in the clubby bull thread Actually someone showed me the other day how to clip a cow hocked animal and it was amazing how convincing it was, and that was on just an Australian terminal steer so he wasn't that hairy. Like you would honestly have to be looking at it to notice.
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