This Years 4-H heifer

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randiliana

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Here is the heifer that our daughter will be using this year. We let her choose from 4 heifers, and she liked the black and white one the best. She may not be the perfect show animal, but, I know she is quiet, and that is the most important thing for now.

She is out of one of our older black Angus cows and a Hereford bull.

This is the only decent picture I have of her right now, she was very unco-operative ;-)

She is weighing in at 670 lbs as of Dec 7.
 

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Disposition is SUPER important with the little ones. It may make the difference betwenn wanting to do it again and not wanting too. I think your daughter did fine. :D
 

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randi.. Hopefully that heifer will get a little more "cooperative" as well as cleaned up ;-) .. Nice choice your daughter made.
 
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randiliana

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Thanks everyone, I hope she does well with her. She is a nice heifer and she seems to be pretty quiet. A little rambunctious at feeding time, but that is about it.
 

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To me the best part is that she came out of your herd. Congratulations on a nice heifer and good luck.
 

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i can see alot of potential in her! once you get her cleaned up she'll look really good. i hope they do well together!
 

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