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First 4 pictures are my cows/heifers. The 2 angus heifers (hopefully bred - blood testing coming soon) could have been registered but I never bothered.

The last picture is of my steers, 5 are being processed in September. There are some Angus and Shorthorn.

Show me pictures of what you have that makes you proud!

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Thank you the family farm is in the northern part of Guatemala
I have a cattle broker friend in Mexico that I have bought Corrientes from for years, that I have sold registered Chianina bulls to the past 4 or 5 years. Usually 2 at a time. about every 6 months or so. Guatemala is where he is sending them to. They are buying them to breed with their Zebu type cows. Chianina will clean the leather up on Brahma cattle even better than a Angus or Hereford. But, they are as heat, insect and parasite resistant as Bos Indicus cattle are. Next time I talk to him I will find out the ranch names or owners' names that we are selling to. Might be one you know, or know of.
 

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LOL - Thanks. Judge thought so also. The one on the left is a January heifer calf - one on the right is a September. Both sired by Mack AF and both out of same cow family. Sept took Champion Simmental. Jan calf took Reserve Champ.
 

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LOL - Thanks. Judge thought so also. The one on the left is a January heifer calf - one on the right is a September. Both sired by Mack AF and both out of same cow family. Sept took Champion Simmental. Jan calf took Reserve Champ.
Wow... Simmentals have sure changed. I would have thought they were red angus or Limo. But I haven't been around a lot of Simms for quite a while and I don't go to shows.
 

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I have a cattle broker friend in Mexico that I have bought Corrientes from for years, that I have sold registered Chianina bulls to the past 4 or 5 years. Usually 2 at a time. about every 6 months or so. Guatemala is where he is sending them to. They are buying them to breed with their Zebu type cows. Chianina will clean the leather up on Brahma cattle even better than a Angus or Hereford. But, they are as heat, insect and parasite resistant as Bos Indicus cattle are. Next time I talk to him I will find out the ranch names or owners' names that we are selling to. Might be one you know, or know of.
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Know 👍 I know of a few breeders back home and Mexico as well. Always looking for efficient grass fed bulls.
 

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Wow... Simmentals have sure changed. I would have thought they were red angus or Limo. But I haven't been around a lot of Simms for quite a while and I don't go to shows.
LOL - obviously I show, but my main breeding goal is to produce a functional COW. We have the breed right where I like my cattle. Herd is about half reds and half black (well it was until I sold a bunch of reds last year). I use shows to advertise my cattle.
 

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Moved our weaned Fall calves into a new pasture this evening. After getting them settled they decided to come up and say thank you.




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