He worked real well for me. I had 3 HBs last year out of a horn, a midget who/llama cross, and moose of a Sugar Ray cow. All three sold early and well. Only problem was the who was so flippin hairy I found him floating in the pond in august. You can have too much hair I guess.
We've had a few out of different types of cows. They have been very moderate, sound, fairly stout but lots of rib...and pretty much hairy. I really like the females and have kept a few as replacements. I am anxious to see if they milk. I sure to like how easy keeping they are and that they have good dispositions. They were a little "goosey" as calves but have found their groove and are very easy going now. One thing is for sure, they were easy calving and took right off.