From show to show, I'm noticing that "show steers" are not always winning shows. More and more I'm seeing instances where big meaty calves with short necks and side profiles like the mystery machine are winning shows. What is everyone else seeing?
I got a good little chuckle out of this, but I'm pretty sure he's referring to the van in Scooby-DooDale said:Is The Mystery Machine an AI bull? What breed? Since I do not use club calf sires (unless you count our Hot Commodity 1625 herd bull), I do not follow the sires that much.
At a recent sale I noticed that the majority of them including the Plus cattle had very big bodies; that body type usually does not have a freaky long neck. These stout cattle were bred to be high-capacity and easy keepers.
mark tenenbaum said:Im just gonna borrow my opinion from a thread further down Id gladly tell this judge to his face if I ever saw him-Dont care if the moronic bufoon dumps any of mine or not "The quality shines through even at the most political arenas with the complete MORONS that ive seen judge lately Particularly the DOOFUS who judged the Cattlemans Congress last year-Every reason for every animal was a simple script that was probably handed to him by the assoc.-And was so dumb my 6 year old niece could beat him in a judging contest LOL " O0