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Admittedly I'm no expert on evaluating bulls but there are those here who are.
Sometimes you do have to throw out the babies with the bath water.
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What ever you do with him ought to feed well.
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That sheath could be cleaned up a bit by trimming the excess hair..could cause a hair ring in the future when he starts breeding ..but they get a looser sheath from the Gelbvieh side ...he's a decent looking bull..