Angus Sire too Add Bone Structure.

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YoungAngusCattle

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I gotta few cows that could use some more bone structure, some off their weaned calves have what I call pencil legs and I don’t wanna go every far down that road.

I’m shooting for a sire with around average ced, no negative birth weight, 20s in milk and not a crazy low $E.
 

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Have you looked through the herd sires of hoover angus? They may have some good options. Check out their website.
 

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HF Tiger 5T will add bone the first generation and is a short gestation calving ease bull. Semen is around, but might be hard to find. Semen on his sire, HF Kodiak is still available.
 

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Avoid short gestation and especially calving ease bulls. Move your selection to BW of 2 to 3 and then take a look to keep CED to a desirable level.
 

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Hard to find a perfect bull. All going to give up something to get something else. But, this bull will no doubt put some running gear under your cows. CED and BW and $EN a little out of my range, but will stouten them up. https://oneillangusfarm.com/oneills-black-bardolier/
 

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This guy Coleman Rito 974 will add lots to offspring. Makes great females. He is 11 yrs old this year and is going to be put with some cows
 

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