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With a new baby in the household (6 weeks old) we were WAAAY behind preg checking our Fall herds. First herd in the books and this new herd of open heifers went 35 for 35 bred with an apparent (nothing is concrete obviously) 45 day calving length. I'm happy to say the least. May the summer be short, wet and the flies bareable.


 

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LDEnterprises":2fet2evz said:
With a new baby in the household (6 weeks old) we were WAAAY behind preg checking our Fall herds. First herd in the books and this new herd of open heifers went 35 for 35 bred with an apparent (nothing is concrete obviously) 45 day calving length. I'm happy to say the least. May the summer be short, wet and the flies bareable.



Congratulations on all counts then!
 
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Congratulations on all counts then![/quote]

Thank you, we are very happy with the new bulls thus far.
 
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Our other Fall herd did 63 of 65 bred. Couple of stragglers that bred late but very happy with other bulls as well.
 
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