A while back someone ask about the color of calves sired by Durham red Bull. Here are a couple. The babies are couple weeks old and the older heifer was born in March. Forgive the horrible photography.
A Durham Red is just a cross between a Red Angus and a Shorthorn. They have to be at least 1/4 shorthorn or red Angus. So basically a Durham Red is just a Shorthorn plus that is Red Angus. I am sure others on here could elaborate further.daydreamingacres said:what is the actual difference between a Durham red and a Shorthorn ))
No she is still available. Her mother has been avery consistant cow for me, I bred him to 9 heifers and two cows last year and she was one of the cows. She go back to Diamond Leggs 21 and the Bedwells Terry Star cow family.Olson Family Shorthorns said:Will, those are some VERY nice calves. Your set, and the calves that WHR has sold are the best Durham Red calves I've seen. I wouldn't mind having one or two DR heifers, but I don't know much about Red Angus show cattle, although I know there are some real nice ones. Have you sold the heifer in the first picture yet?