A few steers

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Re: A few steers

Post by holm25 » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:24 pm

Boot Jack Bulls wrote:I stand by my prior assessments. :2cents:


What do you think about that Black nose #13?? He doesn’t have the look but he is a heavy muscled little sucker..

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Re: A few steers

Post by Boot Jack Bulls » Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:16 pm

holm25 wrote:
Boot Jack Bulls wrote:I stand by my prior assessments. :2cents:


What do you think about that Black nose #13?? He doesn’t have the look but he is a heavy muscled little sucker..


He is, but he gives up some bone in relation to his frame score and is a touch round in his make up. I still like the one black the best.
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Re: A few steers

Post by holm25 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:05 pm

Boot Jack Bulls wrote:
holm25 wrote:
Boot Jack Bulls wrote:I stand by my prior assessments. :2cents:


What do you think about that Black nose #13?? He doesn’t have the look but he is a heavy muscled little sucker..


He is, but he gives up some bone in relation to his frame score and is a touch round in his make up. I still like the one black the best.

Yep I noticed he was a little round and fine boned.. Just a cool steer lol

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Re: A few steers

Post by Franke » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:35 pm

holm25 wrote:They’re still growing... I like that #22 more and more all the time...
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If I were to choose between the last two it would be the black one. Lower neck junction on the red one could indicate straighter shouldered. For a county fair steer feed the black one right and he could do well.

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