These are some of our boys. The calves were little when we got them early in the spring and they have been growing all summer. The Remington Man said not to get attached or name them because they won't be staying with us for long. The plan is the sell them after the first frost. Our in laws love it because it keeps their pastures "mowed". We aren't planning on getting rich with this little endeavor but I do figure we will make more with the cattle then we would in a savings account for the same amount of time. We shall see. Neither the Remington Man nor the Remington Man's father were excited about breaking ice for the cows during the winter so we will get a new group come spring.