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I took these a few weeks ago, but haven't had a chance to get them posted as I was working on finishing up school. Later this evening, I'll have some more to post. Any comments are appreciated.

Remington, a April 2009 Bull.


Miss Unity, a June 2008 Heifer.



An April 2009 heifer, unnamed for now.


Miss Cleo, and her April Heifer (Unnamed)


Lily and Remington


Karlena


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Good pics, the calves sure are cute....I really like the name Remington!
 
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MichaelB":1xzpfq1u said:
What breed are they? They have lineback coloring, and they look dairy.

The white "trim" looks great on them, and little Remington is a nice looking calf!

Michael

All the ones I posted with the white tails are Pinzgauers.
 

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I like the name Remington also...it's my eldest son's middle name. My current herd sire is named Carington....my youngest son's middle name. I must say I have never seen cattle that look like yours. Are they a dairy breed? They are thin like dairy breeds. The calves are very nice. That coloring may not do good in a market where I am but I would love to see all that color in my pastures.
 

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Nice colors. My first impression was the cows are underfed or overstocked. Are they getting anything besides grass? Grass looks short. Seems you'd want more fat when starting lactation. Of course, I'm no expert.
 
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They are a beef breed, and the rest of the grass in their pasture is quite long, and they were fed hay until early April. They've also been getting some grain. We've been having to wait for the field to dry up to do vaccinations, now having to work around work schedules.
 

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Hey did you just buy some heifers off of Duane Mickelsen?
 
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CPL":1b3pdm0l said:
Hey did you just buy some heifers off of Duane Mickelsen?


Yes, I did. They were delivered the end of March. The one is bred to Haller Fox, due the beginning of July. I'll get some pictures up of them also.
 
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I took a few more pictures on Tuesday when I went out to load the bull for auction.

Here's Water lily with cowgirl_up_47 (aka my sister). Water lily is 4.

Water lily & I


Crossbred that's going to be banded. 2 years old


Lily


Noel and 3 of this year's calves.


One of last year's heifers and one of this year's heifers.


Remington.


Tami. 2 years old, had a c-section Jan 23rd.


One of the 2007 heifers.


Another 2007 heifer.


Princess..A lil on the skinny side right now..Will post more of her when her condition is improved.
 

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