Posted by Dave from MN on October 08, 2012 at 05:34:05 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Tough beef posted by Ralphwd45 on October 07, 2012 at 20:53:58:
Our beefs have been creep fed from about birth, weaned then slowly put on all the ground corn with 6% ration of hubbard steak maker pellets. We can ussually have them to 1100# by about 11 months, even had one that was 1230 at 10 months. Have never had a complaint, animals always buthced at local small locker. However, our most raved about beef has been the ones the last couple years that we put on full free choice 3rd cutting alfalfa for the last 45 days, with only a smaller amount of grain. Every onje that gets one of them beefs then request another over the grain finished. I personally noticed the difference, much better flavor and just as tender. Did a grass fed once, no one liked, even the hippies that insisted on "go green" grass fed. These are angus/shorhorn/pinzgaur/simmental crosses. yes I have all colors, blacks are no better than the yellows, red, spotted,browns. I like variety of color in the herd
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