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Re: seagull bay silver


Tiger Lilly Ladd P for Shaw daughters it might not be a fancy cross but it is something different.
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My Shaws are aggressive eaters too. I recall one in a hutch pawing at the end of its chain like a dog, for another pail of milk.

I'd probably throw mogul into a shaw. Or if you just want a good cow and not chasing index, go back to Sequoia (Boliver x Ramos) or A]Mayhem (Jose x Potter, [sign in to see URL], 2.8 DPR, 1600 milk, but won't be improving any components).
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Ya, he's a little trickier to breed with, he has a sire stack of so many influential bulls.
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My first Silver calved the other day. I am really pleased with how it looks. Balanced heifer with a really nice udder.

I don't think it has stopped eating since it calved! It looks like it will milk well.

It does seem though that it's teat ends are a little open. It is very free to milk.
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I was late on using him oldest are only 3 months old - unreal conception one of the best settling bulls I've used.

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I am milking 3 Silvers. Admittedly all 3 are full sisters but I am very impressed with them.

Great udders and lots of milk.

My best one scored 87 points with an Ex mammary. It is a bit coarse of its hock bones otherwise would have made 88.

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