ArmyDoc":odw19kok said:Thanks Jeanne!
I've followed Tim's web site for a while now. One of these days I'll get out there. I love the way your cattle look, by the way. They are one of the main reasons I decided to ask about this.
So both the black and the red angus crosses resulted in chocolate brown colored calves? I wouldn't have expected that. With the red, I guess it would make sense, if the Murrey Gray had a recessive red gene. But with a blacks, I would have thought they would be gray - maybe not as light as the Murray Gray parent, but still gray. Hmmm.
Wisteria Farms":uwtolo4q said:Sorry, ArmyDoc... if you do a search for Murray Grey and use Wisteria Farms as the author you have to look back about 3 pages to come up with it. OKJeanne also posted pictures on the Murray Grey X's post...and she gives good advice... I was also going to suggest you contact Natures Harmony Farm... they bought seedstock from the same farm we did in Ohio but they would be closer to you (obviously). I don't think you'll be disappointed with the Murray Grey breed...those who have them LOVE them.