goddy":2nr2crod said:Now those are some nice calves - especially the heifer , hard to fault but why would you want to ? What a Simmental is supposed to look like in my opinion.
Where are they located ?
excellent calvesgoddy":1madkwoo said:Now those are some nice calves - especially the heifer , hard to fault but why would you want to ? What a Simmental is supposed to look like in my opinion.Where are they located ?
goddy":25i0ku2r said:I'd be interested to know their breeding. I used to raise Simmentals in New Zealand and we had a donor cow that produced heifers really similar to the one pictured. I love that type .
Northern Rancher":hxkja7hc said:There's 1,000's of Fleckvieh cattle like that up across the north and central parts of Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta-they really cross well with Hereford and Red Angus cattle.
Northern Rancher":crvdnne7 said:I'm on dial up but you can start searching Simmental Breeders in Canada-I know when we presort calves at our local yards we sort semiload lots of those kind of cattle-so I was probably wrong there might not be 1,000's probably quite a few more. most Simmental breeders in the U'S travelled to Canada to find their Fleck genetics-we didn't chase the frame score thing as hard as some U'S breeders did-were just now really getting into the quasiAngus Simms also. She's a good heifer but not necessarily unique which is good for the breed as a whole. Little Willow Creek Simmentals-Frenchman Butte,Sask has 4-500 Fleck cows that look alot like her-they reming alot of the Arnold Bros. from McIntosh, South Dakota good solid cowmen. Like I said you can go on the Canadian Simm. sight and check out sites you'll see what I mean.