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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by tnsalersbreeder, Dec 3, 2015.
I am new to the site but not new to cattle live in TN and have lived here all my life.
We sell about 17 freezer beefs per year as well as a seedstock operation.
Nice what breed are u raising
I thought my username indicated that. Salers and salers cross.
Oh oh k good luck
I don't know much about that breed could u give me some info
Yes, check out our farm website
It's a proven fact from Montana state university they have the biggest pelvic area of any breed of cattle thus making them the easiest calving breed
Wow they look like beautiful cattle I'm gonna get some more info on them thank u
I strongly suggest you do. My father has raised herefords, Angus, beefmasters, shorthorn, some gelbvieh, some balancers, and we have found that Salers are the best cattle weve ever raised. I am confident they will cross well with any breed.
They are the highest marbling continental breed according to marca (meat animal research center). They've won numerous carcass competitions.
We've got one charxangus cow and she's been bred salers every year.
That's the us site. Canada has a site to.
They are gentle. Even the cross breds
Our new bull we just bought two weeks ago.
Do they have registerd polled Salers my grandpa farms charlois I might convince him to look at these bulls I can't see why they wouldn't work on his operation he's older and I don't want to be pulling as many calves as he his although its pretty good and good luck with ur new bull
The bull pictured is polled and is purebred salers. Nearly all salers in Canada and the us are now polled. The only places I know of where they are still horned is france and the UK and maybe Australia. All of our bulls have all been homozygous black bulls just like Angus are.
of course you can get red one to. The calves are long and slender with long legs and small triangular shaped heads. I call em baby giraffes lol!
If you google search the Canadian salers association they will send y'all free information.
Out of nearly 300 calves born on our farm over the last ten years we have assisted two heifers once they figuered out they needed to push for the baby to come out it came right on out so we initially started to pull to get them pushing so to speak. The next year they calved on their own!
That's awesome I'll talk to grandpa I hope we can go look at a couple thanks for the info
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
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.