A black baldy is often the result of a cross between a Hereford and an Angus. It inherits the black hide from the Angus parent and the white face or "baldy" from the Hereford parent. Experienced buyers are able associate the recognizable coat color pattern with the ancestry and often pay more for this cross.
1st You'll get more responses if you start your own post. If you need help PM me
2nd The photos are hard to see. Do you have any others? From the front or back so we can see where and how her belly hangs?
What breed is she? She appears pretty under weight in the photos.
How was she bred and when?
Do you have a vaccination and worming program for your cattle?
We need more information