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What about a polled longhorn?
I like the look but not the horns.
 
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chris":194f4b7j said:
What about a polled longhorn?
I like the look but not the horns.

Whatever lights your fire, cracks your pecan...lol.

I'll go along with a polled longhorn, if the Angus people will go for a White Angus or a zebra stripped angus....anyone for a purple Hereford...a unicorn steer? :|
 

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running arrow farm":3akh95m6 said:
chris":3akh95m6 said:
What about a polled longhorn?
I like the look but not the horns.

Whatever lights your fire, cracks your pecan...lol.

I'll go along with a polled longhorn, if the Angus people will go for a White Angus or a zebra stripped angus....anyone for a purple Hereford...a unicorn steer? :|
I don't want no white Angus, but the striped sounds good; possibly some polka dotted ones. Horns only on one side.
 

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stripes and horn on one side and spots and polled on the other, me might be able to pull it off with some money and a lab
 

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if you like the look, try multi-colored Longhorn bulls with any non-black double polled cow for sure you will have a multi-colored polled 1/2 blood Longhorn calve, if you use any spotted breed will be better
 

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