Posted 6/30/2020 15:37 (#8345684 - in reply to #8345612) Subject: RE: Hot and Humid
eight - 6/30/2020 14:49
Actually a decent angus here will do that, but it sort of seems like about 1/8 brahma has slipped into them. Maybe not as wooly as you want but they’ll shed it and slick off in the summer. Everything here ends up a little long of ear. I wonder how Texas angus would do for you. I only have 3, maybe North Tex can send you a load.
I’m no feeder, seems to me the angus/charolais would be good for extremes of climate.
I also have cows that you can see shivering when its 40.
Dunno - - - - its over 20 hours of driving time one way and that would be from Gainsville - - - not quite as the crow flies but quite close!
Lots of Angus here enough Charolais here too - - - the feeders really really really like buckskin calves!
LOL - - - those cows - - - - tell them from me that they're wimps! (rotflmho)
Had a buddy going to school in Austin area at least I think - - - not sure.
Told me about when they got an inch of snow and they closed the roads and schools.
We were laughing pretty hard.
Where I grew up it was -40 before the school closed.
As for snow - - - - don't remember them ever closing for snow except when there was extreme drifting and that only happened once.