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How To Identify Cows And Save Your Sanity!

April 23rd, 2015 by CHTO

Could you identify this cow Black angus cow in a lineup?? lol! black angus cattle

Every cutter’s worst nightmare is getting a herd of black cattle, the same size, the same everything it seems and having to differentiate between them at shows.

To make matters worse, everyone on your team has different idea of what to call or how to label each cow, leaving huge room for error and creating plenty of tension during those two and half minutes.

So CuttingHorseTrainingOnline has sought out some expert help to get you and your team on the same page when identifying and describing cows.

Up and coming trainers Cullen Chartier and Gabe Reynolds show you common, simple and most importantly, memorable ways to identify cows.

We’d love to hear any tips or methods you use for identifying, describing and remembering cows!!! Post your comments below!

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