Longhorn Cross

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Re: Longhorn Cross

Postby Big Cheese » Mon Feb 05, 2018 10:20 am

BRYANT wrote:
Big Cheese wrote:Corriente's are a really good bred of cattle. If you like Longhorns but want majority solid color calves then you need to get Corriente cattle.

can you see much different in the size of the calf, between the Longhorn and Corriente when the cow was breed with same bull ,Char.. If I remember right you use a Char bull.


Yes we use a Char bull. There isn't really any difference in the calves. They raise the calves just like Longhorns do but just more solid colors. There wasn't much difference in weight and size either. All they are are solid colored Longhorns in my opinion.
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Re: Longhorn Cross

Postby Big Cheese » Mon Feb 05, 2018 10:23 am

callmefence wrote:I was glad to hear you were back cheese. I added a few horns to my bunch. Bull hasn't payed em any mine.
Maybe he's scared, maybe thier bred. Idk...they are in with a char bull.

For what I payed I can cut their heads off , sell the skulls. Grind the cows into burger and triple my money...

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I'll be honest...if you have a good Longhorn cow with a good Char bull then you can't hardly beat that. You know for a fact they are going to have a calf every 12 months or earlier and they are going to always have zero calving problems and health problems and raise a huge calf every year. That's hard to beat in my opinion but I'm sure people disagree with me lol.
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Re: Longhorn Cross

Postby TennesseeTuxedo » Mon Feb 05, 2018 3:08 pm

Big Cheese wrote:
TennesseeTuxedo wrote:
Big Cheese wrote:Corriente's are a really good bred of cattle. If you like Longhorns but want majority solid color calves then you need to get Corriente cattle.


Hey Big Cheese, how ya been?


Glad to be back! I've been doing great TT what about yourself?


All is well my young friend.
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Re: Longhorn Cross

Postby Big Cheese » Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:24 am

TennesseeTuxedo wrote:
Big Cheese wrote:
TennesseeTuxedo wrote:
Hey Big Cheese, how ya been?


Glad to be back! I've been doing great TT what about yourself?


All is well my young friend.


Awesome man good deal!
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