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This is a new breed I developed by breeding Holstien, Black and Red Angus, and Longhorn. That's right,....it's a Holsanghorn. I have some questions.
1. If I want a 70% weaning calf from this cow, it will be 70% of which breed?
2. If I breed it to a registered Black Angus, what color will the calf be?
3. If I feed it nothing but Alflafa, will it's poop be green?
4. If a piece of toast always lands butter side down, and a cat always lands on it's feet, what happens when you throw a cat of the roof with a piece of toast on it's back?
 

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grubbie":1kfv9cfn said:
This is a new breed I developed by breeding Holstien, Black and Red Angus, and Longhorn. That's right,....it's a Holsanghorn. I have some questions.
1. If I want a 70% weaning calf from this cow, it will be 70% of which breed?
2. If I breed it to a registered Black Angus, what color will the calf be?
3. If I feed it nothing but Alflafa, will it's poop be green?
4. If a piece of toast always lands butter side down, and a cat always lands on it's feet, what happens when you throw a cat of the roof with a piece of toast on it's back?
good question's all of them..and dont think for a second they wont get answered..these are the type that herefordsire lives for :lol:
 

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Did you by any chance attend Jeanne's School of Creative Photoshopping?
 

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grubbie":145gj2ky said:
This is a new breed I developed by breeding Holstien, Black and Red Angus, and Longhorn. That's right,....it's a Holsanghorn. I have some questions.
1. If I want a 70% weaning calf from this cow, it will be 70% of which breed?
2. If I breed it to a registered Black Angus, what color will the calf be?
3. If I feed it nothing but Alflafa, will it's poop be green?
4. If a piece of toast always lands butter side down, and a cat always lands on it's feet, what happens when you throw a cat of the roof with a piece of toast on it's back?

This is what makes life exciting. Someone that is creative and makes others laugh!

In regards to the name....how about Longustein...Long..gus..stein

(1) 1.00 - (.70 * cosine(3) * arc tangent(1)) * Profit Index of bull / 3

(2) Black if the Hereford is full blood

(3) Yes. Since easter is around the corner, you might get a little pink mixed in if you like to hide eggs for your children.

(4) The cat start flopping back and forth from feet to back for about 3 seconds.
 

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im werking on a regionally diverse camoflaged cow..since we aint makin no money on em we might as well hide em from the tax man
 

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That swiss-looking muzzle isn't that uncommon to longhorns, my longhorn bull is marked the same way but a bit darker.
 

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grubbie":15x8mfk7 said:
That swiss-looking muzzle isn't that uncommon to longhorns, my longhorn bull is marked the same way but a bit darker.
Could be...but the horns don't quite fit the head.
 

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I know nothing of the breed but she does have a nice fore udder attachment.. :)

I have a couple Gelbsteins myself but they are polled and solid black in color.. ;-)
 

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Nicely designed cow there. You've got dairy in the backend for high milk, Angus in the loin section for grading, and longhorn in the front so it will eat anything.
 

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Hey, thats a great combination. You can milk it, eat it or pull a cart with it. :lol:
 

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