Bright Raven":1cvv0jsq said:Very nice. Love the pictures. Where are you? I assume the M is for Michigan or Minnesota. Is it dry up there?
holm25":2siy0nh4 said:Boot Jack Thank you! You sure know you cattle!
This is another I like. For you like him anymore than the other two or are the other a little better than him?
Jeanne, the red steer ( and the other reds, for that matter) has a significant arch up from his chest floor in his lower rib. He also has a hallow behind his elbow. Both indicate a tight/ pinched fore rib and usually are a sure sign the steer with be a bit more hard doing. This is just based off the pictures provided though, and I could be way off target. I agree on the navel on the last black steer.Jeanne - Simme Valley":29uycq1p said:I really like the #22 red steer. He has "the look".
Boot Jack - I don't have your eye, you do a great job describing an animal. I don't see that he is tight in the fore rib.
The last black calf posted is really put together nice, but the naval will hurt in a show ring.
Yep I noticed he was a little round and fine boned.. Just a cool steer lolBoot Jack Bulls":1nwjih5k said:holm25":1nwjih5k said:
He is, but he gives up some bone in relation to his frame score and is a touch round in his make up. I still like the one black the best.
If I were to choose between the last two it would be the black one. Lower neck junction on the red one could indicate straighter shouldered. For a county fair steer feed the black one right and he could do well.holm25":6u2x23ah said: