I am going to go look at a herd of corrientes this weekend. I have in mind to do them the way I do longhorns, buy them cheap, dehorn them, and put a charolais bull with them. That works great on longhorns, but I have no experience with Corrientes. Will corrientes raise a good selling calf that weans to 500 lb or better out of a charolais bull? Has anyone had any experience with them? I am told they eat just about anything and I have a wild pasture that is full of sericea lespedeza and weeds that is choking out the fescue and I thought I might put them in there to clean that mess up instead of hiring a dozer. It has too many ledge rocks for a brush hog. They are currently bred to a corriente, so the first calf wont be worth much. But if I can get the cows for 250-300, I think it is worth a try. I am told there is a big difference between Mexican corrientes and American corrientes, and I dont know which these are. Any comments on experiences with corrientes would be appreciated.