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One other question---is there anything one can do to prevent the "buller" behavior from happening? What causes this? We have taken seven out of the herd so far----



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It's hormones. You can feed them MGA, have them spayed or breed them. Even then it's not dead bang certain.

dun

> One other question---is there
> anything one can do to prevent the
> "buller" behavior from
> happening? What causes this? We
> have taken seven out of the herd
> so far----
 
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Anonymous

> It's hormones. You can feed them
> MGA, have them spayed or breed
> them. Even then it's not dead bang
> certain.

> dun Thanks for the replies--we talked to the vet and are heading back up with some new stuff to give them. With the "bullers" these are all steers----guess that is just something that can't be stopped:-/

Thanks:))))

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I just assumed they wer heifers. Steers that bull are usually just trying to either show dominance, get someone out of their way, or just messing around. Are you sure they are steers nad not "stags" (one nutters).

dun
 

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