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Here are your black and red charolais:

<A HREF="http://www.producer.com/articles/20030717/livestock/20030717ls02.html" TARGET="_blank">http://www.producer.com/articles/20030717/livestock/20030717ls02.html</A>

How about belted.....can you do that too?
 
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>I know Hendrik and Jerlyn Rasmussen and have seen their cattle. The number of blacks is small. The red charolais is more common. That said many red and black charolais show considerable white. I have seen cows that where dark red with a white face or marked with typical red holstein white markings. I have also seen some painted stone daughters with considerable white up the side so a belt may be possible.

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