stable":21jf8e1b said:Interested in breeding my hereford cows to a beefmaster bull. What do you think?
Depends on what you're after, in a way. Replacements or terminals. I would think it would be a bad choice for you for terminal calves. And probably an unnecessary one for replacements. I've got some cows from that cross and I like them a lot down here. A great maternal influence, but I don't think I'd want them in PA. If you decide to do it anyway, pay close attention to what TR said about the leather. Try to find one with a clean underline or else pass altogether.stable":21jf8e1b said:My farm is in Bucks County, PA
Kevin sisson":3n1bhae1 said:Stable, I live in up state NY and recently bought a beefmaster bull from Tenn. He isn't big enogh to breed but hes only 1 1/2 years old. I have researched all about the beefmaster breed and like what I have found out. So I think it would be a good thing to try. :lol:
Kevin is correct, Caustic. If he's just a long yearling, he'd still be considered a cutting bull by many of us. Not a slaughter bull.Kevin sisson":31lki7n8 said:
Campground Cattle":19b7z6yr said:Texan":19b7z6yr said:
I with Caustic on this one if he is not big enough at a year and a half, he would grow wheels.
stable":3kyg31bm said:Interested in breeding my hereford cows to a beefmaster bull. What do you think?