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Old 12-10-2015, 07:32 PM   #21
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That's awesome I'll talk to grandpa I hope we can go look at a couple thanks for the infoAttachment 369
That's one of his cows he has a nice herd of about 50 head and needs to buy a new bull next spring because he kept some heifers back two years ago
uploadfromtaptalk1449779484644.jpg That's a pic of an Angus salers cross heifer

Salers x brangus crosses. Brangus cows salers bulls
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Old 12-10-2015, 08:59 PM   #22
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Salers epds are Angus based now as of 2011. So instead of comparing apples to oranges you can now compare apples to apples!


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Good lookin char crosses. The 50% or higher salers crosses can also be registered if you so chose with the salers association. They are called optimizers.
Did you ever take a look at Salers bull?


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