Corriente bull for beef heifers????

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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by elkwc » Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:31 am

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gcreekrch wrote:Local market takes 40% off the value of a good calf for longhorn and Corrientes are worse. Been there, done that, ain't going back.


Back forty cattle bring back forty prices.[/quot. Around here the Brimmers and Brimmer crosses take make dock than our Corriente crosses crosses do.

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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Caustic Burno » Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:44 am

Maybe in your neck of the woods,
down here where we grow em to mash scales they bring top dollar every Saturday. You need a better cow not a sorrier bull.
With today’s input cost and prices why would anyone try to reduce their output . It cost a buck and a half a day to raise one to sell at a discount or a premium.
I am after premiums not discounts.
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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by callmefence » Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:05 pm

Caustic Burno wrote:Maybe in your neck of the woods,
down here where we grow em to mash scales they bring top dollar every Saturday. You need a better cow not a sorrier bull.
With today’s input cost and prices why would anyone try to reduce their output . It cost a buck and a half a day to raise one to sell at a discount or a premium.
I am after premiums not discounts.


Well hellllll let's see this scale mashing sleep all night heifer bull....
If it ain't tight , It ain't right.




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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Muddy » Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:27 pm

callmefence wrote:
Caustic Burno wrote:Maybe in your neck of the woods,
down here where we grow em to mash scales they bring top dollar every Saturday. You need a better cow not a sorrier bull.
With today’s input cost and prices why would anyone try to reduce their output . It cost a buck and a half a day to raise one to sell at a discount or a premium.
I am after premiums not discounts.


Well hellllll let's see this scale mashing sleep all night heifer bull....

According to our Brahman expert aka Caustic Burno, Brahman bull on British cows will produce monster calves at birth...

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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Caustic Burno » Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:47 pm

Muddy wrote:
callmefence wrote:
Caustic Burno wrote:Maybe in your neck of the woods,
down here where we grow em to mash scales they bring top dollar every Saturday. You need a better cow not a sorrier bull.
With today’s input cost and prices why would anyone try to reduce their output . It cost a buck and a half a day to raise one to sell at a discount or a premium.
I am after premiums not discounts.


Well hellllll let's see this scale mashing sleep all night heifer bull....

According to our Brahman expert aka Caustic Burno, Brahman bull on British cows will produce monster calves at birth...


You might not be near as ignorant as your post lead most to believe.
With the exception of no one was talking about using a Brahman bull.
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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Caustic Burno » Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:51 pm

callmefence wrote:
Caustic Burno wrote:Maybe in your neck of the woods,
down here where we grow em to mash scales they bring top dollar every Saturday. You need a better cow not a sorrier bull.
With today’s input cost and prices why would anyone try to reduce their output . It cost a buck and a half a day to raise one to sell at a discount or a premium.
I am after premiums not discounts.


Well hellllll let's see this scale mashing sleep all night heifer bull....


I have posted that low birthweight Angus several times.
To top that the calves didn’t take a discount. You might fool yourself with that POS Corriente bull, your not fooling the order buyer with his calves.
Can’t fool a man at his own game.
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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by callmefence » Mon Oct 22, 2018 2:26 pm

Caustic Burno wrote:
callmefence wrote:
Caustic Burno wrote:Maybe in your neck of the woods,
down here where we grow em to mash scales they bring top dollar every Saturday. You need a better cow not a sorrier bull.
With today’s input cost and prices why would anyone try to reduce their output . It cost a buck and a half a day to raise one to sell at a discount or a premium.
I am after premiums not discounts.


Well hellllll let's see this scale mashing sleep all night heifer bull....


I have posted that low birthweight Angus several times.
To top that the calves didn’t take a discount. You might fool yourself with that POS Corriente bull, your not fooling the order buyer with his calves.
Can’t fool a man at his own game.



Yeah nobody's trying to fool anyone.
The ops question is over your head as usual.
You fail the IQ test again.
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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Caustic Burno » Mon Oct 22, 2018 2:34 pm

No the question wasn’t over my head I just wasn’t giving a man advice to loose money as you were.
There are way too many low birthweight options to choose from today that will produce a premium calf.
Breeding crap cattle hurts us all.
You just keep them fenced we’ll raise the quality beef.
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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Muddy » Mon Oct 22, 2018 2:40 pm

Breeding crappy cattle hurts us all? How? I thought they pay only based on quality of the calves? It's not like they're trying to hide the quality of the Corriente cross calves.

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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by callmefence » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:02 pm

Caustic Burno wrote:No the question wasn’t over my head I just wasn’t giving a man advice to loose money as you were.
There are way too many low birthweight options to choose from today that will produce a premium calf.
Breeding crap cattle hurts us all.
You just keep them fenced we’ll raise the quality beef.


Did you check out how many hiefers he was breaking in... you need to take a math class or keep paying the stupid tax.
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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Caustic Burno » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:23 pm

callmefence wrote:
Caustic Burno wrote:No the question wasn’t over my head I just wasn’t giving a man advice to loose money as you were.
There are way too many low birthweight options to choose from today that will produce a premium calf.
Breeding crap cattle hurts us all.
You just keep them fenced we’ll raise the quality beef.


Did you check out how many hiefers he was breaking in... you need to take a math class or keep paying the stupid tax.



No stupid tax here except using POS cattle.
Again if your cattle can’t handle a low birthweight bull you need better cattle be it a heifer or the cow.
As Till Hill so eloquently put it I dang sure ain’t buying a roping bull to put on heifers that can’t have a beef calf.
There is the definition of stupid tax.
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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Muddy » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:29 pm

Can't make $$$ out of dead calf or dead heifer.

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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by Caustic Burno » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:33 pm

Your not making it on that type cattle to start with.
I am tired of playing on the short bus.
Fence I am flattered, they say imitation is one of the highest forms. I know now you must be trying to glean knowledge as you imitate my colloquialisms.
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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by DCA farm » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:34 pm

I decided to send em to sale gonna take the. Check I get and reinvest it on bred cows be nice may even buy some longhorns to really be nice people off

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Re: Corriente bull for beef heifers????

Post by callmefence » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:38 pm

Caustic Burno wrote:Your not making it on that type cattle to start with.
I am tired of playing on the short bus.
Fence I am flattered, they say imitation is one of the highest forms. I know now you must be trying to glean knowledge as you imitate my colloquialisms.


I know you're tired of the short bus buddy. You keep on trying though.... it'll be alright.
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