- Aug 9, 2020
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- NW Georgia
If you have that 10 aces fenced in, and just have 3 calves and your two horses on it, you wont need to do too much feeding. Still, if I were you, when I Picked them up in October and carry them straight to0 the sale. They are worth more per pound right now than calves have ever been. You will do fine over the winter with just 2 horses there, Come spring when you grass starts to put out, buy a pair or a 3 n 1 deal. Maybe two. wean the calf (or calves) and sell it (them). Then you just have to winter the 2 horses and 1 or two cows. EDIT: Or sell the cow as well this fall, and get another pair next spring. Then all you gotta feed over the winter is the 2 horses. And if they are all that is on your 10 acres, then you won't have to feed much, if any.Yes, just the three calves. They are going to be weaned in October.
I would like to casterate the bull calf, raise him and use him as meat. The girls I d would like to just take them to the sale, reason being not sure the breed.