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    Just a thought!?

    Lucky-P, No it was Harvester Farms in Orange VA. Bethany Seal was the lady's name. But I was looking at Mystic Hill sale also.
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    Just a thought!?

    Lucky P, I'll make sure to post pics of next years calf crop. Glad I'm not the only one with the mix of colors. Have 2 yellow calves and a silver calf this year also. My bull came from just outside of Harrisonburg VA, so not that far from SC. Was a 5 hour one way trip to get him. But from...
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    Just a thought!?

    And is this picture what you all consider "box of crayons" in the field? Funny thing is that most of the reds came out of black angus bull and black mommas. I honestly don't care as I like the variety and have been selling off the farm anyways so the color hasn't been a big drawback, yet...
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    Just a thought!?

    I'll let you know in the spring how my Braunvieh and hereford cross works out. I also have red and black angus so I'll see how he works on them. As for docility, I can walk up to him in the pasture and scratch his back and he also takes horse treats out of your hand.
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    british white x hereford for a herd sire.

    I have said I'll always have at least one white cow in the herd, it makes it easier to see where the cattle are when it's dark...
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    british white x hereford for a herd sire.

    I do have a registered White Park cow. Bred 2 times with angus and the calf looked just like momma with white body and black points. Bred 2 times with hereford and calf looks more like a lineback with black body and white stripe and spots. This years hereford cross calf is half and half..
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