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clint    Posted 02-27-2004 at 15:23:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
calving. One of dads cows had a red bull calf. Now you know what that means time to start taking shifts watching cows, but what the heck its worth IT. Whats a LUTCHKA (Michigan) ANGUS? Never heard of one before. Also whats a Heat Seeker Embryo? We don't AI thats why I was wondering. Used to work for a farmer that raised registered simmental cattle had about 300 head. I was on the night calving detail for about 2 months. After a couple years he got smart and started AIing the heifers with angus. It made my night a WHOLE lot easier. Also for the heifers.


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