Now for some heifers.....

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Re: Now for some heifers.....

Postby True Grit Farms » Sun Oct 01, 2017 7:51 am

Dogs and Cows wrote:
True Grit Farms wrote:When everything is said and done in 3 or 4 years all of those heifers will make good cows. I kept a lot of heifers that needed culling while I was building my herd, and they all turned out decent. I sell most of my heifers off the farm and get stuck with the culls and leftovers, so far the leftovers have won the best pen at the state sale twice now as bred heifers.
Go figure, because I can't.

TG...what do raise? For some reason I thought you were a commercial guy...


Tim, we are mostly commercial but I use my best commercial cows as recips. I'm in a limited partnership with a friend and raise and sell registered Angus, SimAngus bulls and heifers. We have 3 bulls in Clemson, 4 in Calhoun, and 4 in Tifton, at bull evaluation tests and sales. And quite few more at the farm for private treaty sales. If you need any top of the line bulls or heifers please let me know, I'd be privileged to earn your business. Thanks, Vince
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