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First load of spring calves

Popcorn

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Picked up 6 heifers (435 lb avg) and 5 steers (485 lb avg) tuesday at the Hopkinsville sale barn. I usually try to get smaller calves but these had good frames and were a little thin so they should gain weight fast on my red clover and orchard grass. Wasnt able to make the guthrie, ky sale today hopefully some good calves will show up at Christian county next week. I hope to run 24 / 25 head this summer.
 

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BrowTine

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That’s a fine looking herd. I leased our farm out to a neighbor a few years ago and sometimes miss raising a few calves each year.
 
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Popcorn

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got 24 total big frame thin calves this spring on the best red clover and orchard grass pastures I have ever had. Got high hopes for October
 

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