New Herd Sire

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Got this new herd sire a few weeks back. He is a 15 month old purebred MR TR Hammer/ HILB Party at the Disco.
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I like his length and muscle. He will definitely stamp his calves with that distinctive white markings on his face !
 
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He’s very docile. This was after a long trailer ride. He doesn’t even pay attention to me anymore when I’m out checking cows
 

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I just uploaded it to YouTube
Nice... Deep, long, and plenty of muscle well down into the hock. He moves nicely. I was going to ask about his attitude but I see you've already answered that question. Congrats...
 

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He’s good considering his sire. I’m not a purebred guy, just a handful, mostly fullbloods, No personal experience but have seen a number of bulls out of his sire and he is thick compared to the ones I’ve seen.
 
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He’s good considering his sire. I’m not a purebred guy, just a handful, mostly fullbloods, No personal experience but have seen a number of bulls out of his sire and he is thick compared to the ones I’ve seen.
I looked at a few Hammer sons and they were all very thick and stout bulls. The cow plays a big role😉
 

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Got this new herd sire a few weeks back. He is a 15 month old purebred MR TR Hammer/ HILB Party at the Disco.
ASA 3883945
I don't speak fluent acronym so please tell me what a "purebred MR" is...

Or whatever the hell follows the word purebred that would tell me what breed we are talking about.

Edit: I just googled the (3/4 Simmental) sire. Now I know why the "purebred" bull has white on its face.
 
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