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Bob Magoo

Breeders

Postby Bob Magoo » Sun Mar 14, 1999 10:35 pm

I was wondering where I could find breeders of Maine-Anjou, and Angus crosses in the Southwest United States. Could you provide me with that information?
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bw

Re: Breeders

Postby bw » Mon Mar 15, 1999 9:09 am

<br>: I was wondering where I could find breeders of Maine-Anjou, and Angus crosses in the Southwest United States. Could you provide me with that information?<p>My 1998 reference edition of the Maine Voice magazine lists many breeders in AZ, NM, and CA. I think if you contact the American Maine Anjou Association they should be able to send you that list of breeders. I have a link to them on my web site, then you could e-mail them. If they are unable to help you, send me your location and I will send a few listings that are close to you. Good Luck!
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Blue Ox farms

Re: Breeders

Postby Blue Ox farms » Wed Mar 24, 1999 5:02 pm

If you are trying to produce a superior market beef why not try Highland Cattle. We recieve $3.10/lbs hanging. Our Meat product has 23.4-30.1 mg/100gm cholesterol, commercial cattle have 77mg/100gm.Increase your calving percentages... more pounds / acre. The Highland cow is the Gene-Machine for tomorrows beef.... give the consumer what they want and increase your bottom line.<br>
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