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Re: Question for Hereford breeders
« Reply #30 on: January 11, 2012, 10:03:33 AM »
My picture is of our purple currency son he was 92 pounds had a bad rough patch from 6 months until September he started to turn around but from November 19 until now he is gaining 3.1 pounds a day. We are so impressed with his growth he is wicked fronted as is his mother. Would use him on my cows every year very impressed.

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Re: Question for Hereford breeders
« Reply #31 on: January 11, 2012, 10:59:13 AM »
My picture is of our purple currency son he was 92 pounds had a bad rough patch from 6 months until September he started to turn around but from November 19 until now he is gaining 3.1 pounds a day. We are so impressed with his growth he is wicked fronted as is his mother. Would use him on my cows every year very impressed.

sounds like compensitory gain...  not all that wicked crazy special. 

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Re: Question for Hereford breeders
« Reply #32 on: January 11, 2012, 12:21:49 PM »
Many have used LaGrand Reload 80P and like him.  I've searched for his BW but have been unsuccessful.  Probably not looking in the right place.  Those of you who have used him, what is his BW and are his calves running about the same.  Thanks


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Re: Question for Hereford breeders
« Reply #33 on: January 11, 2012, 12:46:31 PM »
My picture is of our purple currency son he was 92 pounds had a bad rough patch from 6 months until September he started to turn around but from November 19 until now he is gaining 3.1 pounds a day. We are so impressed with his growth he is wicked fronted as is his mother. Would use him on my cows every year very impressed.

sounds like compensitory gain...  not all that wicked crazy special. 
He is doing well and growing well for us. Faster we can raise them up and sell for beef the better we do. Currency has given us good growth rates.

 

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