You are right about that. But it is true from what I have seen.Copenhagen & Shiner B":24uluugl said:How could the disposition of a Braford be worse than that of a Brangus? The average Hereford is a way better dispositioned cow than an Angus.
D.R. Cattle":2hvm3hj9 said:
D.R. Cattle":1o2nu5tv said:I've already been through a pasture full of brangus. Most of 'em were wacko. It was probably just bad blood and I'm willing to note it as such. I switched to Braford for other reasons; one of which is a reasonably priced excellent source of replacements- the foundation herd next door. The point is you can't speak "bad disposition" based on your lone experience. The Braford breed is well known for docility, high performance mothering and resistance to the elements. Of course there is an occasional nut or poor breeding in every bunch. Cull 'em out and move on.
D.R. Cattle":1g7o9p0u said:Couldn't have said it better Dun. I'm building up steam for an AI program and will seriously consider Red Angus.