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Offline Zach

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Re: Eye Candy
« Reply #15 on: May 23, 2010, 04:50:01 PM »
being a typical Naughty Pine yes, he wont give much extension or clean up the excess leather on the front. but after seeing him running with cows last year, i would say that he would be able to maintain or improve the front shoulder and how it lays into the front end. he will add alot of dimension and depth of heart. we have never fed one but i would guess that the average Eye Candy would be a pretty easy feeding calf.


I haven't seen any eye candy's that made me drool, mostly average/good calves though.
The livestock (show) industry is a tough one- if you've never had anything worth a damn you might as well go on the internet and rundown everybody you can.

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Re: Eye Candy
« Reply #16 on: May 23, 2010, 05:53:25 PM »
Just listening to some of the posts ,every one seem to think they would feed out good , there is a lot of these sneaky fronted ones that don't grow very good  or feed to an accceptable weight for showing even ....Cattle need a little capacity up front to produce more an feed an grow out ....


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