True Grit Farms":3572aw5f said:
One of the real breeders on CT need to answer your questions, I'm not qualified. Personally I just look at the way a bull moves and looks. It's not hard to pick out a nice bull when he's with 10 or 15 other bulls. Those folks that are selling one or two bulls worry about numbers for a selling point. Numbers don't mean anything to me, the seller will let you know about the good numbers. So my advice is to circle the one's they talk about and ask about the one's they don't.BrangusUSA":mw6zllia said:TG can you give a few pointers on what you looked for in slecting this one? I know good feet are important. BSE numbers and passing vet check. I like this one because he is long and in proportion - penis to rear hock is as good as penis to front.
I ask because Friday meeting with bull breeder to pick out another bull. My bull, we bought six months ago, fell and broke front leg on snow and ice. He was the best bull ever - GENTLE.
On the bright side, we labeled him crippled and got a check for $919 yesterday at the sale barn. That will pay a portion of new one.
True Grit Farms":11fnnece said:
I sure ain't gonna make any excuses, he does look kinda funky in the pictures. Here's the other picture I took.gcreekrch":3fjx8g6w said: