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A dual purpose animal possessing a great measure of good beef and milk producing characteristics.  Sex characteristics must be clearly visible and animals must have a good frame, length, width, depth, capacity, balance and symmetry.  Bulls more muscular than females.


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Simmental-Fleckvieh beef does farmers proud

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GENERAL APPEARANCE Purity Fullblood being 100% pure or 15/16th pure by reference to pedigree Type and Balance A dual purpose animal possessing a great measure of good beef and milk…
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