A Few Shorthorn Crosses

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randiliana

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It has been pretty busy around here for the last little while, but I did manage to snap a handful of photos on the way through one of the pastures the other day. Now, before we get into haying full time, here are a few Shorthorn cross cows and calves.

#144 (7 years old)
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A couple of calves that go back to the same dam line as #144
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One of my favourite heifer calves, not the greatest photo though....
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And a darn good steer calf (4H Prospect maybe??) with his mama in the background....
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Very nice Randi! I think I remember your "favorite calf" from an earlier picture that you posted, because I really liked her also. :D
 

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Very good looking cattle. I love the heifers and that is a fine looking steer calf. Thanks for sharing.
 
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Hey, thanks everyone! The grass is awesome again this year, the cows are looking great and so are the calves. I have high hopes for those calves!
 

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Looks like your fav heifer there will have plenty of fur to fluff up and make her look purdy... keep her warm too... the one in my avatar was a 1/2 SH and she was a wooly mammoth.. had 2" long fur in october.

That steer looks good and meaty, something that was lacking in our line of SH's, #144 sure does look like a good cow too, I have a pretty similar one
 
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