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Black Ink: The weakest link
As the trailer door clangs shut on a disappointment, there’s time
for a final explanation: “You are a good-looking cow. Your sire
is the most popular, balanced-trait bull we could find. We paid more for
your momma than any other animal on the farm, and you were our son’s
prize 4-H project. But it’s data that counts. With the lowest index
in the herd after two calves in three years, you ARE the weakest link.
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