Do limousin cattle crossed with brangus do well in hot ne Texas?
Texan":2t7fzngv said:We have some that do really well. Lucky not to have the disposition problems you hear a lot about. In fact, some of the BEST dispositioned replacements we have saved the last few years are Lim sired. Maybe it's not all luck though because we cull hard on disposition at weaning in the fall and again at spring turnout. Heat has never been a problem. As usual though, Campground asks a question that you would do well to consider. Agree completely on the Brangus being a better choice for your cow herd. Then you have some much better choices than the Lim to cross with. But if you've already got the Limousin females, crossing back with the Brangus would offer a good way to start working out of them. Just my opinion. Old lady will testify to its marginal value.
Kinda hard to drop you a line without knowing who the line is to be dropped to. I reckon just send it to "Guest"Anonymous":tvwrgtqv said:Anyone that doesnt want any of those Brangus-Limi cross females, drop me a line. We use em down on the coastline of Texas.