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What is a culb calf? Can any mix breed calf be one? What makes them different then commercial calves? Why are club calf steers priced so much higher then other steers? How do you know if you have a heifer, bull or steer calf that could be considered a culb calf? Thank you

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When people refer to a club calf, they are saying it is a POTENTIAL show calf. They are only worth more money to someone looking for a GOOD show animal, and this animal is actually good. People that show steers/heifers generally have a good eye for calves and are willing to pay for a good show prospect. The steer or heifer can be purebred or a complete mongrel. They are looking at phenotype not pedigree, although there are many non-registered bulls being very heavily used for siring club calves. Some people look for specific breeds or breed combinations. Jeanne <A HREF="http://www.SimmeValley.com" TARGET="_blank">http://www.SimmeValley.com</A>

> What is a culb calf? Can any mix
> breed calf be one? What makes them
> different then commercial calves?
> Why are club calf steers priced so
> much higher then other steers? How
> do you know if you have a heifer,
> bull or steer calf that could be
> considered a culb calf? Thank you

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