Fine looking set of steers, KY. I would be proud to haul a trailer full like these to the sale anytime. Your Ang/Her./Simm program is working, and working well.
Thanks. There’s no known Simm breeding in that group. The new Simmental bull will be turned out for fall breeding sometime around Thanksgiving.Fine looking set of steers, KY. I would be proud to haul a trailer full like these to the sale anytime. Your Ang/Her./Simm program is working, and working well.
Most of them haven’t been in a barn except at working times at this point.They look good KY. I love your old barn. Do you think feeding them indoors like that helps to have them quite and accustomed to you being around them?
We used to store all our square bales up above but it’s a taller loft than usual, and have to use a conveyor but it broke down and haven’t replaced it. So we haven’t been putting up our hay for several years and just buying enough square hay for weaning calves and feeding an occasional cow that’s penned up in the winter.Calves look good. Great barn. I love your long feeder. I was going to ask if you have hay above them and you drop it down into the manger?
Our old barn was a dairy barn. We took all the stantions out and made pens. We built wooden feeders that separate two pens. We have square hay above and drop it down into the feeders. Sure works great.
Yes and no. Colon issues partially caused by scar tissue from previous surgeries. Twisted bowels. Anemic and very low Iron.Have all the tests ever figured out what is going on????