Thanks for the advice. Solid black always brings the best price here too, even if it is a poor looking animal. Doesn't make sense. Part of the cows are bred to a Brangus this time. The other part to a black Angus, but neither bull has the hind quarters the Limousin had. We'll see how we do. Any suggestions are welcomed and appreciated.
> It's true about the coloring of
> the hair coat can bring a lower
> price or raise the price. In this
> area anything that is grey gets a
> really low price even though that
> animal can be the best one in the
> auction ring at the time or if the
> animal has a black hair coat, it
> will bring in a good price. Its
> kind of stupid. In your case, I'd
> try a homozygous animal (whether
> you want blacks or reds) that will
> hopefully bring you a solid color
> animal and hopefully put more
> money in your pocket at sale time.