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Followed and read along on this forum for a bit. Thanks for letting me sit at yalls fire and listen.
We have a family farm in NE Texas that we are slowly expanding, Red Brangus & Red Angus mostly.
 

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Followed and read along on this forum for a bit. Thanks for letting me sit at yalls fire and listen.
We have a family farm in NE Texas that we are slowly expanding, Red Brangus & Red Angus mostly.
Your welcomed here to keep the fire going.

We also have red angus. Do you think the red brangus are higher headed (not as easily to work) than the red angus without the brahma influence?
 
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Your welcomed here to keep the fire going.

We also have red angus. Do you think the red brangus are higher headed (not as easily to work) than the red angus without the brahma influence?
I think it’s just individual dependent. My bull is Red Brangus, weighs probably 2,200lbs. Thinks he’s a chocolate lab and follows you around wanting to be scratched on.
Have a Red Angus heifer that thinks she’s a Mexican fighting bull. Any high headed dont last long, we cull them, because skidish seems to get contagious. Hope that helped or answered what you were asking.
 

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