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You are right that red ears are not enough.
But red carriers have them very often.

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I have several red carriers and all but one or two are blacker than night. Same goes for the regular B&Ws just a few brown ones. There is no relationship between red carrier and brown ears.

I will say though that we have a Talent heifer from a *RC Elegant that was born totally brown. Haven't DNA tested it yet but it was one of the funniest looking calves ever. Totally brown with black around the eyes. I don't but this as a signal of *RC though. Just something different.
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quote:

indiesviewgw wrote:

I have several red carriers and all but one or two are blacker than night. Same goes for the regular B&Ws just a few brown ones. There is no relationship between red carrier and brown ears.

I will say though that we have a Talent heifer from a *RC Elegant that was born totally brown. Haven't DNA tested it yet but it was one of the funniest looking calves ever. Totally brown with black around the eyes. I don't but this as a signal of *RC though. Just something different.



Could it be possible that Talent doesn't actually carry the *RC?(Assuming he was DNA Tested)..and in fact only carries *BR

I mean hes's a (Storm *BR) x Leader *RC x Blackrose *[sign in to see URL]'t it be possible he is more *BR than *RC and how do they determine the difference thru a DNA test?

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No ToB, they are to different genes.

I was just curious if this signified red carrier, since he is a Red Marker son. These ears are very red, not brown. He went down the driveway today anyway. Like I said before, just curious.

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ToB,
 He is a true RC*. I have our First red Talent calf born, Heifer out of Rubens Saydie
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