New Cattle Farmer

Discussion in 'General Cattle Discussion' started by BSlater11, Nov 20, 2015.

  1. BSlater11

    BSlater11 New Member

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    I am new to this, I havent bought any cattle yet. I'm trying to decide which is a better way to go. Is buying 3 in 1 cows the way to go? I just don't know what would be best to start with. Any input is welcomed. Thanks.
     
  2. KrisshFarms

    KrisshFarms Sugumar.M

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    Hi
    I'm also novicer for this business and i've collected some details of breeds like hf, jersey and Indian cattle like brahman, vechur, gir. For milk yielding purpose HF and Jersey is suitable breeds.
     

  3. huange

    huange New Member

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    Hi I new here!
     
  4. charloisfarmer

    charloisfarmer New Member

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    Jersey have higher butter fat But that's all i know
     
  5. tnsalersbreeder

    tnsalersbreeder Cattle GURU!

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    Three in 1 will give you the best return on your investment.
     
  6. KrisshFarms

    KrisshFarms Sugumar.M

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  7. tnsalersbreeder

    tnsalersbreeder Cattle GURU!

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    Cow calf pair with cow coming bred back.
     
  8. tnsalersbreeder

    tnsalersbreeder Cattle GURU!

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    Jersey bulls are proven man killers. They are meaner than mean.
     
  9. tnsalersbreeder

    tnsalersbreeder Cattle GURU!

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    Cow calf pair with cow bred back already usually 5-7 months bred!
     
  10. KrisshFarms

    KrisshFarms Sugumar.M

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    The site show me that it is blocked for some security reasons. Now i'm accessing thru vpn. It's weird. Kindly do some need full thing to unblock it. I'm from Tamilnadu, India...
     
  11. tnsalersbreeder

    tnsalersbreeder Cattle GURU!

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    Yeah, who knows man contact a mod I guess. It was acting screwy earlier via tapatalk.
     
  12. uplandnut

    uplandnut New Member

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    I was in a debate with myself about the very same idea last year and I decided to get into the beef industry by buying bred cows. Its worked out well for me so far and I have a pretty minimal investment into the industry, didn't pay anymore than 1.375 a pound and got a couple as low as 1.05 a pound.