Now look what you done....I seen a white park before but yours look great. With the wagyu genes to boot nice grab. Defiantly let us know how it go, I wanted mine to only feed on pasture during the summer like most but since I’m home buying with these things in mind I need to talk to cattle farmers in the area I’m interested in. We don’t eat a lot of beef so I figured the minis would be good for low acreage. 8-9 acres is more then I think I would have considering the goats, pony, pigs, and llamas all need to share and Ofcourse my house and backyard. I was choosing gn between dexter, highland, Hereford, lowline. Someone suggested I go for bigger cattle so I’ll seMy real thought is to get 1 calf for myself, the first one is the highland/dexter steer, the dark one in the pics. Then have 1 to sell for now. I have an outlet for the extra already, a buddy wants 1 a year. I will likely add 1 more heifer a little later. By the time 1 have 3 cows, the bull, 3 young calves and 3 yearling calves on the ground it will pretty much take care of the land I have available. By the time I take out the space for house, big yard, mow some area along the road, the pond, it leaves me about 8-9 acres to raise the cattle. I realistically could have 10 at any given time once you get into a 2 year finish time. That sounds about right to me. I’m going quality vs quantity thus the addition of the wagyu genetics.