- Aug 29, 2004
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Just received my Remitall Herefords catalog the other day. They featured several bulls with 900+ lb weaning weights, and one that had a 205 weight of 1035. I respect the program immensely, but I ask you, with a 1200 lb. steer fitting the box, how is something that weans that heavy going to finish at the right weight to fit the packer's box? I think at some point, we have the weaning weights heavy enough, and should focus on other things like carcass, disposition, longevity, and trouble-free genetics. What do the rest of you think? The bull was sired by Online 122L.