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    Beef Stock Bulls (again)

    As those of us from the Old forum will know, I started a thread of photos of beef stock bulls. Could we get it started again and maybe with some new photos please??

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    Well I'lll get the ball rolling with my new boy today being turned out he is 15 months.



    He seemed happy anyway.

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    i'd be happy too if i'd land like that on the 4th of march

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    We normally turn out end of April, this is only one dry bit that really could go back into arable the pumps have kept the water down all winter. The dry out the last week has been unreal thanks to the wind. But you could still bog a tractor down easily enough.
    I'd be happy too if I was getting Scottish prices for my beef

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    Re: Beef Stock Bulls (again)

    Quote Originally Posted by charlieboy View Post

    Did he make it over the fence ?

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    Would a Blonde do something like that

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    That is one gorgeous boy cb! Looks a bit keen too, hope he's got some work in front of him soon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieboy View Post
    Well I'lll get the ball rolling with my new boy today being turned out he is 15 months.



    He seemed happy anyway.

    Love the Blondes spent 3 weeks in Aquitaine last year and really loved looking out at the cattle in the fields.

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    Riggit bull for sale in Cumbria in classified section


    pic upload

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    Nice bulls Folks!! Keep them coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieboy View Post
    Well I'lll get the ball rolling with my new boy today being turned out he is 15 months.



    He seemed happy anyway.
    Bit of Lance in his breeding??

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    No idea he is unregistered, doesn't matter for my commercial job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieboy View Post
    No idea he is unregistered, doesn't matter for my commercial job.
    i would not mind if he jumped over our ditch and did some damage with a field of heifers

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    Thanks, I watched the video of your calves you have some real crackers. Any bull pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieboy View Post
    Thanks, I watched the video of your calves you have some real crackers. Any bull pics?
    they were all out of ai bulls mostly STQ .i have a partanaise bull for heifers will get a pic.

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    Re: Beef Stock Bulls (again)

    My Limousin bull, oddacres Digby by usant.

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    A nice stamp of a bull Timmy!?

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    Oddacres are limousin breeders from skipton north yorks,and usant is a bull they bought in france he is available on semenstore

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    Re: Beef Stock Bulls (again)

    Recently purchased saler bull, to be used as a sweeper on heifers

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyeAye View Post
    Recently purchased saler bull, to be used as a sweeper on heifers
    What type of heifers is he going on to?

    where abouts are you from?

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    Re: Beef Stock Bulls (again)

    shorthorn X and lim X heifers and possibly a few LIM X and Sim X cows

    Derry- Antrim border -kilrea

    we never planned to buy a saler ...unforeseen circumstances....hopefully he'll do a job this year anyway

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    Re: Beef Stock Bulls (again)

    not so far away from me then. A fella that was at greenmount with me is big into Saler's. George McCall in Armagh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyeAye View Post
    shorthorn X and lim X heifers and possibly a few LIM X and Sim X cows

    Derry- Antrim border -kilrea

    we never planned to buy a saler ...unforeseen circumstances....hopefully he'll do a job this year anyway
    He looks a grand lad almost too good not to get a pedigree heifer in as well

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    Re: Beef Stock Bulls (again)

    Quote Originally Posted by JPnew View Post
    He looks a grand lad almost too good not to get a pedigree heifer in as well
    maybe Zaffo will provide one for a 'long term trial'

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    Make sure your fencing is up to scratch before you go down that route!! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyeAye View Post
    maybe Zaffo will provide one for a 'long term trial'
    No call to trial, I've that already done. Just take my word and purchase some Saler heifers.

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    Re: Beef Stock Bulls (again)

    22 month old not my stock bull but one i have bread



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    What fantastic length on him, a credit to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladycrofter View Post
    What fantastic length on him, a credit to you.
    thank you. He is a slightly more traditional looking type hereford even though he has canadian and australian blood lines in his pedigree. His sire was a Free Town bull.

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    BUMP
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