Learning to milk is not hard at all.kjerckie":efoea3el said:Thanks Cherokeeruby for getting the picture!
Teasing is fine, I know where it come's from
By the breed description, Dexter bulls are to range 38" to 44" tall. Cows are smaller. Colors run solid black, red or dun. I went looking for the dun color and polled when I wanted a bull. I want to offer breeding to other cow breeds, so I'm hoping he grows to the height of his sire at 44". They are dual beef/dairy and I also want to learn how to milk. Hope the nutshell information helps, thank you for the compliments.
Monica":3oelivpa said:Milking is not that hard. I have milked my cow once a day only and she is fine with that. The key to it is, you still have to milk at the same time every day, and sometimes they will dry up. It just depends on your cow. When I was milking mine, she would give me about 1 1/2 gallons a day with the once a day milking. It only took about ten minuets to milk her, preping her took longer.
Did you get your bull from the Lazy J 5 ranch or the Hi Country place?
I thought I had this whole bull,cow,calf,heifer thing figured out the ya go sayin a bull is a "nice cow" Am i missing something here or are all cattle also considered cows?txshowmom":jp6dcz63 said:Nice cow.