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I live in New York and I want to breed my 50% Holstein, 25% Charolais, 25% Angus heifer calf when she is old enough to a purbred bull other than Angus. I am looking for an econmicly valuable well tempered calf with a large build, excellent growth potential and will retain some good milking potential and be a good mother ... if its female Do you have any idea what breed of bull would help me to get this type of calf out of this cross? Thank you

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Limousin... of course, they are rather fine-boned, but they do start small, quickly grow large, and are USUALLY very mild-tempered. WITH good mothering, milking, and conversion ability.

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> I live in New York and I want to
> breed my 50% Holstein, 25%
> Charolais, 25% Angus heifer calf
> when she is old enough to a
> purbred bull other than Angus. I
> am looking for an econmicly
> valuable well tempered calf with a
> large build, excellent growth
> potential and will retain some
> good milking potential and be a
> good mother ... if its female Do
> you have any idea what breed of
> bull would help me to get this
> type of calf out of this cross?
> Thank you Shorthorn bulls will give you what you good results.

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