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mark tenenbaum

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His calves are growing up and GROW is accentuated-he aint no dink Probably 2300-2450 pounds my guess tho not overly tall-Maybe Dale will update me on them Thats as easy keeping a bull as anything out there including alot of the good useful Canadian bulls -AND that ALSO includes Angus and the Pharo mini cattle Hes as thick or more so as anything out there too-and has great numbers O0
 

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Dale

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Daughters of HHC 1625 are calving for the first time this fall.  Their calving ease seems to match the expectations from his CEM, and their udders are excellent.  It is a little early to say that 1625 is an udder improver, but so far, so good.  Our cow herd's udders began getting better when we used two TPS Polled Shorthorn bulls in the '70's on our Scotch cows, and nobody misses helping a calf nurse a bad udder.  I much prefer for udders to be suitable, allowing the calves to do their own milking! 
 

mark tenenbaum

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Thanks even tho he aint mine Hes an outcross to most everything recent -other than Hot Commodity-who works pretty well on alot of cattle-One of the few down here who has a kinda northern look working and  with cows  EH? O0
 
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