Steer / Bull, What's the Difference?

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What is the difference between a steer and a bull?<br>
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Good answer C.J. /// Mack<p><br>: A steer has been castrated, a bull has not. <p>: <br>: : What is the difference between a steer and a bull?<p>
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If you want to get technical, a steer is a bull (male bovine) castrated prior to sexual maturity. If castrated after sexual maturity, they're called a stag.
 
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