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British White Crossbred Calves  -  Page 2                    Crossbred Calves - Page 1
  The beef from these cows is prized not only because the cows are limited in number, but the meat is tasty. It is said to be somewhat leaner than other beef, but with very consistent marbling, which makes the meat juicy when cooked . . ."  click What is White Beef?  

 

                 

This page of photos were provided by Josie Yoakum of Rolla, Missouri.  This youngster, as well as his brother and sister, is enjoying his British White sired calves in the show ring as well as at pasture. 

This first photo above  really charmed me.  This eye-catching calf has Red Angus cross cow as dam, and a British White bull as sire.

Josie tells me that the photo above left is ". . .my brother's fair steer from last year that was a year and a half old and out of a Balancer cow and British White bull.   And the photo above right is ". . .another one of my (Josie's) show heifers from last year that is out of a Limousin / Charolais cross cow and a British White bull."

Josie tells me in the photo above left is ". . .  is my sister's show heifer from last year that is a year and half old in that picture and is out of a Charolais / Beefmaster cross cow and a British White bull."   And the next show heifer above right is ". . .my (Josie's) show heifer from last year that is a year and a half old in this picture, and is out of a Limousin / Charolais cross cow and a British White bull."  This looks to be the pretty red point heifer resting in grassy pasture in the second row above, apparently enjoying her retirement.

This last photo I'm leaving full size so the detail is very clear.  This calf is out of a Balancer cow and a British White bull.  The calf is suckling her dark brownish dam, and is obviously newly born with its umbilical still wet and pink.

 

MANY THANKS TO JOSIE YOAKUM OF ROLLA, MISSOURI FOR TAKING THE TIME TO SHARE THESE PHOTOS!

 

     

 
   
    British White Cattle - Born Gentle, Stay Gentle, and you can't ask for more in fertility, milkiness, calving ease, low birth weights, and hardiness..........