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99.9% any brindle gene or “wild type” longhorn cow has the horn gene no matter what you breed them to. I have blue roan cow that has amazing solid black calves horns every year regardless of sex.
Depends a lot upon your experience with “polled” animals and the odd horns. Some can’t tell at all even to touch then late around 10 months get horns
 
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Hereford left his mark. Dandy looking calf! Out of a heifer too! Did you have to help?

So being mamas pet, has she named the calf yet?

Replacement material? Or gonna be a steer?
Nope, she had her all by herself, all dried off and trying to stand up. No name yet, but I'm sure it wont be long. Going to keep her as a herd builder, plus, I'm curious to see how she develops. It's surprising how much milk Mom has.
 

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