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Re: Bull named Lutton
« Reply #15 on: October 21, 2007, 01:51:24 AM »
I thought all Angus bulls were supposed to produce only polled offspring - am I misinformed ???  I  had scurs on a calf out of GAR Integrity and a crossbred (polled) heifer.  I think maybe it was an old angus ad from years ago that said they would take the horns off.  Anybody else had horns on angus sired calves?  Is this common?  Also I hope someone will share with us who the other  (or others) possible angus PHA suspect is.  I remember in the beginning of the whole PHA and TH messes all we had to go on was rumors, but some of those rumors saved me from making some BIG mistakes.  Please if anyone has any information, pass it along.  Thanks!

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« Reply #16 on: October 21, 2007, 03:24:21 AM »
welcome Sunny!!! Glad you gained insight on the PHA carriers! It saved a bunch of us from making mistakes (or maybe I should say, misinformed decisions?).

Good luck on PHA/TH in angus...not saying it doesn't happen, but do know it is very taboo to mention it in the stalls and isles.

And, yes, angus bulls SHOULD only sire polled offspring. :-\
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Re: Bull named Lutton
« Reply #17 on: October 23, 2007, 02:06:14 AM »
I raise reg. Angus & Charolais an have used some clubbys on my Charolais an a few Angus.   But my best business proably is my Angus ,so I  AM VERY INTERESTED IN THIS INFORMATION OF BREEDERS USING Angus bulls on crosssbred females aan getting horns , cause if they do have horns,  it'svery posible vthat there are other problems out there. I forgot his name but THE one gentlemen who got ahead  of the maine problem is what I hope to do if there is a problem, an I doubt if to many of my Angus friends want to talk about this,any help is greatly appreciated an I know some of this could be a rumor but I also know that there has been a drastic change in the Angus in the last forty yrears. Forty years ago the ANGUS BULLS SIRED NO HORNS CAUSE THEY ARE HOMYZGOUS POLLED. Excuse my typing an spelling errors.

 

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