PCC INFLUENCED Red Angus Cows in East Texas
Recommended HERD BUILDING STRATEGY
Females are the basic business of the livestock breeder, which is a fact that many have failed to recognize. Many have evaluated and purchased cows
[read more] on their appearance rather than the value of their calves. The cows only purpose is to produce calves, and that is the primary yardstick by which she should be evaluated.
Go ahead and ask, why PCC Influenced mid-size Red Angus Cow? 1st, they are the perfect cow for our sunny southern environment (and my temperament.) 2nd, their temperament (disposition) is tolerant of mine. 3rd, their fertility is excellent producing a calf every year (for about 15 years.) 4th, Their weight is in beef; not beef bones, hide and offal. Long legs and big bones are not what is eaten. Weaning weight is a product of high butter fat and nutrient dense grass (genetic & environment.) 5th, Conformation: length of body, neck, heart girth and pelvic cavity for ease of breeding and easy calving. 6th, Longevity: When I was in the financial industry we used to speak of an excellent investment as a “cash cow.” Falster Farm has a history of 17 year old cows giving a calf every year – that is a real cash cow! [/read]
Below you will find links to available adult Red Angus Cows in the herds we have been developing here in Texas since 1999.
Red Angus Heifer F1 mini
KNF MISS TRACY F1 is a June 9, 2018 born heifer that weighted 40# at birth.
Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo
Dam: RA- B 13
She can be registered with the American Red Angus Association. Everything about this heifer is excellent. She is docile, and will share the heavy butter fat for her babies, and be easy fleshing on grass alone with no birthing problems.
She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.
Below are some amateur videos that will let you see the full bull battery in motion. They all look good but the 3 above made this list with my evaluation – we can’t keep them all.