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Must be some red in this cow somewhere……..

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gcreekrch

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She came here last year out of a dispersal.
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This year I have red calves from black cows, black calves from red cows, a white calf from a yellow cow. Just about every every possibility. You can see in this picture from the branding that there is a lot of variation in the calves.

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There's also a color variation from front to back on that one horse. 🤣
I can't see the front of the horse, so I can't say for sure, but I notice the guys all have predominantly tan or white caps (no doubt Charolais admirers) except that one odd man out with the black cap with the red front (Angus man no doubt). He seems to be waiting with his red lariat with the loop ready for that little white-faced red Hereford-looking calf just to walk right into his loop. No swinging is necessary. :ROFLMAO: No cowboy hats and barrier-breaking. No rodeo here folks. Just calm cattle working. 😎
 

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