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Are any Rodeo Contractors currently cross-breeding Belgian blue cattle for bucking stock?
 

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I figure rodeo stock needs to be quick and agile,
I wouldn't think double muscled breeds would be either.

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hillbilly":2x9t0e0g said:
I figure rodeo stock needs to be quick and agile,
I wouldn't think double muscled breeds would be either.

Hillbilly

I agree, Rodeo Bulls, dont have to be big, they just have to be quick and fast, and very strong. This past weekend on the PBR even Tuff Hedeman mentioned on how much smaller the bulls of the PBR are these days, but there ten times stronger. And by the way most rodeo stock breeders just dont go out and crossbreed cattle to make bucking bulls, although they look just like crossbred commercial cattle , actually rodeo stock is kind of like its own breed, theres and Association that you can register your animals, and there are bloodlines that people use and a biggie being, Bodacious.
 

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