I hope that someone can help to end a "fun" argument at the local coffee shop. It is over classifying crossbred cattle as "black baldies, black whiteface... etc. We have one party insisting that "black baldies" are true crosses of angus/hereford cattle resulting in black cattle with white faces. It is also thougt that the listings of sale reports with "blk-wht face" represent cattle with both black and white on their face... such as a brockel, NOT that they are black cattle with white faces. "Blk-wht" cattle are mixtures of angus/holstein, and others that may result in black cattle, with partial white faces, and white spotting on the belly. Other's in this coffee group say the exact opposit of above. That "blk-wht face cattle mean black cows with only white faces, and baldies have some black brockeling on their faces. Is there a clear standard ??? Do all salebarns reference cattle in the same manner ??/ Which one of my coffee argumenting friends is correct???? Thank you for any input on this.