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HighPark Bulls Ready for Action ! - $1 (Three Rivers, Michigan)

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: HighPark
model name / number: TWO Bulls, (21) months old
size / dimensions: mid-sized
TWO, (21) month old Highpark bulls are ready for their own herd with your cows. Both have the "5-points", red-tip color pattern ("5-Points" = reddish brown ears, nose and front feet with the white coat). Dams were pure Highland cows, sire was a 43-44" tall, HighPark bull (75% Highland x 25% White Park). Both have horns and their offspring will have horns too, naturally. (But there is a treatment from the vet that prevents horn growth if you prefer cute calves with no horns!!!). These boys are just as gentle as a pure Highland and can deliver the dominant White Park "5-Points" gene to give your herd, of any cattle breed, that unique, awesomely cute, white calf look. For the beef lover's out there, the rate of muscle gain of a HighPark cattle is faster than a pure Highland cattle, based on my (4+) years of raising them on a grass-fed diet. Both of these bulls will be registered on the new national HighPark cattle registry at the time of the sale.
The latest pics of these bulls were from late spring 2024, they have exploded in their growth since then.
The softer red bull is named Hurland and he is the sharper of the two bulls. He's already been on the halter and he will stand for a full brush out every day. The darker red-tip bull is named Hunter, and he is about an inch taller in the back than his brother. Located in Three Rivers, MI. Check out the herd at FB, "Snowy River Acres". PICS of the sire, a fantastic red-tip, are included for dramatic effect, and to show how wild a HighPark's colors and markings can range.

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