yeah, thats what they areoakcreekfarms wrote:The bull only works if your eye is correct when picking replacement heifers.
The cows look like middle of the road commercial cows. You need to look at a lot of pictures of cattle, and ask yourself what type of phenotype you like. Once you have your eye trained to what you like start making your cows follow suit.
The video isn't great, but this is a cow that I like pretty well. She, like all cows, has flaws but she is pretty enough and productive
i think she knows what they are to,oakcreekfarms wrote:Just remember that it costs as much to keep a good one as a bad one. Cheap rarely means better, and good S%*t ain't cheap and cheap Sh*$ ain't good.
Always keep your best heifers, if a cow isn't producing the lbs to make you more money sell her. You have to take the steps to improve your cow herd, just remember that increasing numbers and increasing quality is hard to do for a few years. Usually you will cull the same amount that you keep.
and alacowman-- I know what they are, and the statement was meant as such
oakcreekfarms wrote:good S%*t ain't cheap and cheap Sh*$ ain't good.
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