I've had a lot of bottlefed dairy or dairyX calves and Angus that were weaned below 300 lbs, and they have all graded very well. I've never had one grade under Choice.lmp570":85537agf said:not to change the subject.. but does the meat from a bottle fed steer taste better than a steer raised by its "natural" mother??
i have an angus steer raising by bottle with good genetics, but ive never heard any information on the subject of CARCASS QUALITY of bottle fed calves. give me wisdom!
tncattle":13zu5kbp said:Both pure Angus. Which should produce more beef after processed similar.
hillsdown":2jj20rhh said:Actually I have and I do not like it at all, it tastes gamey and is not marbled like it should be. Just like I do not like elk deer or moose....
What does that statement say about the beef industry when a beef producer won't even buy the product? I scold my family when we go out to eat and one of them orders chicken. I tell them it is "fowl" meat.hillsdown":3pcxa5b6 said:BTW I never order beef in a restaurant, why would you order something that you can have anytime and that what you have is better than they could ever serve ? ;-)
I agree !! :tiphat:Red Bull Breeder":3qqtut0l said:Take two calves the same age one bull one steer feed them the same. Butcher them at 12 to 15 months and i don't think there will be much difference in taste.
Red Bull Breeder":3t2neve4 said:Take two calves the same age one bull one steer feed them the same. Butcher them at 12 to 15 months and i don't think there will be much difference in taste.