both do very well, but i want the extra pounds i could get.cbcr":t4klfsh7 said:Both breeds of bulls will add the same amount of hybrid vigor. Since Brangus are 5/8 Angus, you would need to use a purebred Simmental bull and not a Sim-Angus.
Outside of that, what sells better in your area? Solids or Black Baldies?
glacierridge":1qukpbs9 said:Would definitely need mature cows for this one...
But he looks to be a dang curve breaker... Not even bender.
Must be something in those genes for his YW and his calves YW.
Can't be all feed.
That I can buy that is 3.5 lbs a day. but when reading epd most of those are "adjusted".glacierridge":7c9cc6pe said:Actually...
My niece showed a xbred calf sired by that Red Density, he was 575 at 9 months, 1208 at 15 months at the market show, and wasn't feed real special or pushed super hard, he just enjoyed eating and growing.
We TRIED to give her a little calf cause she's a little girl!!
jaimefloresh":1ypjlz41 said:what you think will work better for brangus momas to have hevier calves, no for replacements. hereford or simmental