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randiliana

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Here are some of our cow/calf pairs last Sept. I haven't had a chance to get any photos of this years crop yet!!


Last years 2 year olds:
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Older cows:
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Wow. Those Canadian plains can flat raise cattle. Good stock. What are they ?
 
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ollie":3aei6dv8 said:
Wow. Those Canadian plains can flat raise cattle. Good stock. What are they ?

Well, we cull pretty hard, and I keep some pretty extensive records. I have individual records for every cow that has EVERY calf she ever had. I keep track of BW, WW and ADG as well as some other stuff too. Gotta have good cows on those plains ;-) .

Okay, here is what I know about these cows.

Pic. #1 Cow is Red Angus X Hereford calf is sired by Black Angus

Pic #2 Cow is (I think) Gelbveih, Hereford and possibly Black Angus. Calf is AI Black Angus.

Pic #3 Cow is 3/4 Hereford 1/4 Black Angus. Calf is AI Black Angus

Pic #4 Cow is Hereford, Red Angus. Calf is AI Black Angus.

Pic #5 Not sure on the cow, most likely Red Angusx. Calf is sired Hereford.

Pic #6 Cow is Shorthorn possibly Red Angusx. Calf is sired Hereford.

Pic #7 Cow is Black Angus. Calf is sired Hereford.

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