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LOOKOUT P REDBURST


Now that there are plenty of redburst calves on the ground, what is everyone's take on him?
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I got one pretty dairy with real good strength. She has plenty of style to her and big. She is a redburst x demello
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I got one pretty dairy with real good strength. She has plenty of style to her and big. She is a redburst x demello
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Was at the androscoggin dispersal couple weeks ago and they had sone redburst calves all were nice. Had the first red heifer to sell from the chief adeen family. But heard she never made it out of Pennsylvania. Heard the was struck by lighting the next night. Talk about bad luck.
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I have a redburst x redliner , and one out of a Mac. Both about 10 months old. Really stylish and really correct with strong front ends. Not the deepest ribbed but have the right amout. I think that they will make great cows.
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Anyone milking any yet? What is your opinion now that they have an udder?

I heard at expo that he will be the next great red bull. I asked the guy that told me where are all the heifers in the ring and he said the ones that are just calving in are really good. With smoking good udders.
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We have one we bought that is a granddaughter of Wilsondale Champion Tia and out of a 94 Talent so she'd be potential 7th generation EX94 I believe. She went VG86 first score and I really like her she's got a super rump, good feet and legs and a nice frame. I also really like the udder when it's full but it's a little meaty when milked out, I don't know if that's a problem with most or not. I like what I've seen and am considering getting some to use. I'd be interested in hearing what others see on him.
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Our went 83 4 weeks fresh and rescored September 1st went vg85. Due to dry off in a couple weeks.
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