Well, I've had no takers on this one, and he is getting to the size where he is going to fight with his Daddy, who is high-powered registered Angus. (Got to take care of Daddy, cost me $3500). I Estimate he weights 1,500-1600 lbs. Going to send him to market, but that is a waste of good genetics for someone wanting to improve on their herd. So I'm letting him go for what I expect to get at market. I'll probably do the same with his brother, who is a yearling and shown in photo. I'll let the yearling go for $850, about what I'd get at market. Both are very gentle.
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