This one's a no-brainer Ben! It's the same with livestock. On this ranch I worked on they had Black Angus bulls and Santa Gertrudus bulls on open range. The Gertrudus bulls out weighed the Angus by almost 1000 pounds, but yet every spring come calving time, the majority of the calves were black!
This is also why I have some serious questions about TBM, where they cull and propagate bucks based on rack size/shape alone. I can't help but think that this type of genetic culling is not good for the herd overall, because the more aggressive bucks who aren't "booners" are culled before they can contribute their genes, thereby creating bucks that are merely life support systems for calcium growths because they are kept "hands off" until they are deemed ready for "harvest".
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