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I am not a cattle owner, but am working on a school project with measurements. Could someone please tell me the height/length of a Hereford bull? (By length, I mean nose to tail). If you don't know the height but do know the length or vice versa, that's okay, but please tell me anything that you know! This project is due Friday, so quick responses are greatly appreciated! THANK YOU!!!

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> I am not a cattle owner, but am
> working on a school project with
> measurements. Could someone please
> tell me the height/length of a
> Hereford bull? (By length, I mean
> nose to tail). If you don't know
> the height but do know the length
> or vice versa, that's okay, but
> please tell me anything that you
> know! This project is due Friday,
> so quick responses are greatly
> appreciated! THANK YOU!!!

About 66" high at the shoulder and 80" long.
 
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Have you emailed the Hereford Association? Their web site is <A HREF="http://www.hereford.org">www.hereford.org</A>. I scanned a sale catalog laying around here. The yearling Hereford bulls in that sale are generally 50-53 inches tall. Of course, they're not grown yet.

> I am not a cattle owner, but am
> working on a school project with
> measurements. Could someone please
> tell me the height/length of a
> Hereford bull? (By length, I mean
> nose to tail). If you don't know
> the height but do know the length
> or vice versa, that's okay, but
> please tell me anything that you
> know! This project is due Friday,
> so quick responses are greatly
> appreciated! THANK YOU!!!

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Anonymous

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Thank you so much, Frankie and Big Allan, for the information and taking the time to help me!! I was beginning use something else for measurements, but now, thanks to you, Big Allan I can use a Hereford bull!! Also, thank you Frankie so much for the link and yearling information!! Both of your responses are GREATLY appreciated!!!!!

[email protected]
 
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Anonymous

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Thank you so much, Frankie and Big Allan, for the information and taking the time to help me!! I was beginning use something else for measurements, but now, thanks to you, Big Allan I can use a Hereford bull!! Also, thank you Frankie so much for the link and yearling information!! Both of your responses are GREATLY appreciated!!!!! :)

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