Weatherhill Donald Ruadh
Weatherhill Donald Ruadh (Dozer) was a long, heavily muscled bull more typically Scottish in appearance, who tended to pass his heavy muscling and long body on to his offspring. He was light red, with an excellent disposition. He damaged his horn as a calf, and as a a result, one horn grew upright as normal, the other went down. Dozer was a grandson of the great Guille Buidhe of Benmore, and like his grandsire, was a thick, Scottish style bull. He sired some absolutely superb daughters and more than a few very good bulls. We still have a couple of his daughters in the herd; as a rule they are quiet, calm cows with excellent mothering skills and very good udders. A number of Dozer's offspring did very well in the show ring as well as performing as top notch brood cows.
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