- Dec 9, 2007
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As I understand it, a high tailset is linked to calving difficulties or trouble "cleaning out." As a swayback is invariably accompanied by a high tailset, that should be reason alone to cull against extreme examples of swayback. Furthermore, Herefordsire, I suppose you could breed the sway until their bellies dragged the ground. Do you think that would advance the cause of cattledom? I speak partially in jest, so don't take offense at me, OK?