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Jeanne - Simme Valley

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Our final calf. Yippee. And look at all that color. I was told, if you breed a blaze face to a blaze face, you never know what you will get!! Dam & sire have no other white, just blaze (and udder). 110# STEER
 

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Shame on you!!!! I saw that on your FaceBook but I thought you wise enough to not post it here!!! Grit has already sent a hit squad to New York.
 

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Not much different than mine but mine did not weigh near that much.

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Pretty Calves! All of ours now are pretty much Solid Black or Gray with the new herd sire. Even though he's 1/8 Hereford and his daddy is a blaze face Simmental.
 
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Jeanne - Simme Valley

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Ron - at least your's has beautiful goggles. Mine is the ugly bald face, ugggg.
A friend of mine has a Lover Boy with SPOTS. And I do mean spots, not chrome. Dam goes back to solid black Dice who carried the spotting gene. So it passed down thru generations, and now Lover boy must also be carrying the spotting gene. You can go forever and not know it's there, until you get the right combination & both pass it on.
 

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