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gelbvieh shorthorn cross/ gelbvieh angus cross

elceepowell

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I have a GV bull, neighbour has Hereford bull. Cows are shorthorn or angus.



 

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Is the cow pictured old, or been sick? Her condition is very poor. If you were my neighbor I'd be throwin' her some feed over the fence...
 

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She is an L cow. She is not in good condition, but perhaps not as bad as the picture shows. My angus cows wintered better and most are fairly sleek. I will take a few more shots of her and post them, but it will be a few days before I get back to the computer. Maybe I needed a wake up call where she is concerned.
Craig
 

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8 isn;t that old. Worm her and pour some groceries to her.
 

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The calves look good but the cow...

I'd be inclined to believe the picture. She's at the bottom end of what I see in the dairy herd during a difficult year. I'd be drying her off (if she were a dairy cow) and feeding her up if she's not sick.
 

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I agree with Dun on the cows condition although I am NO expert and I hate to be a dunce but what was the point of this thread? Were we supposed to guess who the daddy of the calves are? :help: What am I missing?
 
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