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Discussion in 'Cattle' started by punksheepshower, Jul 19, 2006.

  1. punksheepshower

    punksheepshower LiveLongLaughLotsPlayHard

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  2. JulieLou42

    JulieLou42 Well-Known Member

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    Really hard to tell on the second one, but the other two look pretty good...
     

  3. tyusclan

    tyusclan Well-Known Member

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    Can't really see enough to make a real judgement, but from what I can see they look pretty good.
     
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    travlnusa Well-Known Member

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    As others have said, head shots are hard to judge, but I really like #3
     
  5. DJ

    DJ Well-Known Member

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    They all look well cared for. As far as appraising them from photos it would help to have 3 shots. 1 from the front showing head to hooves. 2 from the sides again include the whole animal. 3 from the rear back far enough to show the whole animal but high enough to include the topline.
     
  6. Up North

    Up North KS dairy farmers

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    I would work at putting more flesh on them by show. Good, but a bit lean.
     
  7. punksheepshower

    punksheepshower LiveLongLaughLotsPlayHard

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    ill get more pictures soon, these were actually just taken to prove to someone that our steers were cute. lol.

    i understand taking front view, rear view and profile shots. i do it with my lamb allll the time. lol

    they have until february to get them filled out so i wouldnt be too concerned with gettin the ready right now. its only july.


    ill take more pictures tonight and ill put them up on here.



    and out of the whole barn, the palomino colored one seems to be the best...i think we have 12 steers? these three were just the pictures i had.
     
  8. michiganfarmer

    michiganfarmer Max Supporter

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    they all seem to have a nice layer of fat. I see no bones. I see nice round animals with clean shiney coats. I think they should bring a premium price
     
  9. punksheepshower

    punksheepshower LiveLongLaughLotsPlayHard

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    thanks for saying that..really wasnt understanding why people thoguht they were skinny. theyre still babies. not full blown steers.