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New to the site and also new to cattle. A little background. In march of 2018 I bought 4 angus heifers. I borrowed my neighbors Angus bull and successfully bred all 4 heifers. As I did more research as to what I wanted, I decided I wanted to get a Hereford bull to breed the following season to get the black baldie. Well I have had two calves from my hereford/angus mix. One is a solid black bull calf and the other is a solid red heifer calf. So I guess this is my question is...is this common and is there anything I can do different. I guess I was disappointed not to get the baldie I wanted. Thanks for any replies
 
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