I will make you a deal. Leave him a bull and if you don't like him I will pick him up for your average steer price.He got pink eye a couple months ago, and I thought that's that and fully planned to cut him, but it's healed up pretty well and he narrowly avoided the scalpel again.. I'll post again in a 4 or 5 weeks and that will be the final verdict..I plan to sell his group in May so late March would be a late as I could castrate him for him to be healed in time for the sale.
You have some nice ladies there. What is the cow in the first picture on the very bottom right?Sure bring them on. Throw in some cows too if you want..
Heres some of the cows not all are in the pictures. I will be loading I have 3 trailers coming becuase the ones you don’t want you can sell for a good amount
She looks great has a pretty good top line , good test placement on her, overall she looks really good.I meant mine. Pictures didn’t go through first time.
When she slicks off in the summer her and your Simmy could be twins. She's got a nice 5 month old bull calf on her right now, she keeps condition good on her diet of hay and mineral.
Yeah I’m not giving away my cattle I’m just going to keep them outside but they all have many barns with heating systems in them they can freely go in and out of@Caustic Burno @Brute 23 , Man I feel awful for y'all, with the market so bad in Texas, that ranchers are not only having to give away quality bulls and cows, but are having to DELIVER them to the recipients half way cross the country!! @MurraysMutts , is it that bad in Oklahoma too?!!!
You told @Lazy M that you were giving him 2 bulls and 3 trailer loads of cattle, AND deliver them to him in KY!!!Yeah I’m not giving away my cattle I’m just going to keep them outside but they all have many barns with heating systems in them they can freely go in and out of