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<p>I've heard that the bull does..but would question that I think. I have a couple of older cows who consistently have the same sex calf..no matter what bull I've used.
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<br>: I've heard that the bull does..but would question that I think. I have a couple of older cows who consistently have the same sex calf..no matter what bull I've used.<p>the bull does
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(User Above)":1m7zgeek said:
: Which parent determines the sex in he calf? Thanks<p>Billy, <br>See Jason's response to "Gene's" on the beginners board. Excellent response to your question as well. <br>Mack<p>
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(User Above)":30zpd1bp said:
: Which parent determines the sex in he calf? Thanks<br>The bull does determine the sex of the calf, because he has both and X and Y chromosome. It is possible to buy sexed semen which is very reliable.<br>mike<p>
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(User Above)":e6gbilpl said:
: : Which parent determines the sex in he calf? Thanks<br>: The bull does determine the sex of the calf, because he has both and X and Y chromosome. It is possible to buy sexed semen which is very reliable.<br>: mike<p><br>
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