What do you think of this bull?

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Thoughts??

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Edit to add: this pic has NOT been photoshopped
 
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Keren- From a structure (leg and feet) point of view, this isn't the best picture. But, I think it shows what the bull has to offer. He's not perfect but I think he is pretty sound through the pasterns, walks well, and won't have any problems serving cows. I think he should breed some real nice, early-maturing steers, more suited to the domestic market, but could work well in a number of operations. He's going to Bendigo.

BARNSCOOP- he is just 2-years
 

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What is his SC?

Doesn't look early maturing to me, but I guess that's very relative thing.
 

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Killala":1ty4nmdl said:
He's not perfect but I think he is pretty sound through the pasterns, walks well, and won't have any problems serving cows.

Agreed, definitely. The legs arent something that would stop me from using him, its just nitpicking. I really really like him. Got a frame score on him?
 
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