Is it just me but are the majority of bulls now advertised as short gestation easily calved docile with impressive growth rates... but are the ads through and how is short gestation measured ie within breed or across breed
No no no all wrong ..its "if you want wild cattle that grade poorly and perform badly ,with razorbacks and narrow ends -use Kilbride golfer"
"His progeny have the highest mortality rates, he has morecases with calving difficulty and has a long gestation to suit"
They want to sell you straws ...you have to look through the ****e
'One careful owner', '9 out of 10 cats'.......take your pick.
For a laugh I've often looked back on old ai books where test bulls were advertised and are proven now. The ****e they'd say about this bull or that bull being from a 'Strong Maternal Line', different story for a lot of those bulls today once their daughters calved!
To put on the tin hat how are their stars
From the 2013-14 Progressive book:
The text reads: Vivaldi (sire) daughters are exceptionally milky with perfect others....ya right!
Anyone got a screenshot of a 2012/2013 catalogue from progressive of APZ?