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BWA

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Problem solved! He is 2 turning 3 the end of next January and a red angus.
 

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link doesn't work BWA.
Try dumping it into photobucket.com then uploading to cattle today
 

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This is BWA' s Bull...Good looking bull I might add

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He's even the right kind of bull, Red and Angus

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He looks good!

Once you have had a red you never go back
 

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the only thing I can see wrong is the pot-belly and a little narrow in the chest not as deep through there as I like.
 

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You know.... we should have a forum for critiqueing cattle photos.. what do you think? Since we all have opinions.. good or bad!

I can never seem to get around to registering at photobucket.com between the hours of 10 and 1:00.. or whatever hours they're restricting registration to.
 
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As far as I know his pedigree an outcross to most American bloodlines.
 

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BWA":3sif38ir said:
As far as I know his pedigree an outcross to most American bloodlines.
Looking at his pedigree, I would say it is a definite outcross to most American bloodlines too. Beiber is the only American bred cattle in it
 
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la4angus":2mdq4ymc said:
BWA":2mdq4ymc said:
As far as I know his pedigree an outcross to most American bloodlines.
Looking at his pedigree, I would say it is a definite outcross to most American bloodlines too. Beiber is the only American bred cattle in it

He has patriot 16 (sayre patriot), Boot jack Topper 23L & Chief 811 but they are further back!
 

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TheBullLady said:
You know.... we should have a forum for critiqueing cattle photos.. what do you think? Since we all have opinions.. good or bad!

I agree, I like seeing the cattle of the other members and reading their opinions, good or bad.
 
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Jake":206njm36 said:
the only thing I can see wrong is the pot-belly and a little narrow in the chest not as deep through there as I like.

We all are entitled to our opinion but from my interpretation of the photo he is not pot bellied. Appears that way because of the camera angle & how the animal is setup.
 

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Very well could be, I just figured he was full of hay, I wasn't gunna count that against him. I still think he is a lil thin through the chest... but that's just me
 

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