I have to agree with Alan on this. In fact, just this past Friday and Saturday I attended a Stock Horse Clinic put on by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
The cattle used for the clinic were on loan from a local rancher. They were his open heifers and were, therefore, headed for the feedlot.
One of the extension agents commented on one of the heifers that she looked really masculine. I agreed and we concurred that was likely the reason she wasn’t bred. — jtl
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