- Feb 8, 2008
Does anyone know of any shorthorn bulls that would help clean up the udder? I have a nice cow, but her udder is a little off. Just wanting any opinions.
C-CROSS said:We have had real good luck with Gizmo. (clapping)
CAB said:DL, do you have some Gizmo's in production? Does he stamp the udders as hard as let's say EXT? Ext will flat out fix udders. His sire, 5522, would put a square small teated udder under a cow too.
I'm glad, CAB, that YYYYOOOUUUU....can enter things like this on this discussion board, but I can't. I'm not angry with you, just tired of my beliefs not being respected, until, and, unless, someone from Corn Country, or, the East believes the same thing.CAB said:Over the years I have owned some pure SH, and they were kinda all over the board as far as udder quality. I owned my 1st pure horns almost 40 years ago now. The 1 thing back then that you could count on was plenty of milk. Can't say that I believe that as much as I once did. Today, you better study, study, study pedigrees B/C some don't cut it. Back in the day, some did have the udders that couldn't stand up long term.
CAB said:Forgot to mention GB, that if you call someone out on this board, you will get a reply. LOL.
P.S. I don't mean that he is calling you out Red @ All, but if you say someone lied or call someone a liar, you will get that cat up off of the floor most times. Thing is, you just have to get thicker skin.