Faster horses wrote:Question: If you had bought a bull and then found out his ribeye was only 10.6 on an ultrasound and you really liked the bull anyway would you go ahead and use him?
Northern Rancher wrote:As a producer who sells the majority of his production on the rail on a carcass grid-I'll still select for those easy keeping momma cows-an efficient low cost cowherd will make you alot of money by saving you alot of money. I have some of those deep soggy cows who've steers have hung up yield grade 1-prime carcasses. The challenge in the cattle business is deciding what balance of traits will return you the most profit. the old adage of you breed cows to fit your enviroment and use bulls that fit your market.
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