I should have just not Disbudded him since it was too late.. the vet said that if they grew back they would have to try something else..
Ya I just wondered if he would sell if he only grew one horn.. umm.. i have him down as buckling/wether so the buyer gets to choose... but yes.. I am sure he still might sell.. but I am just afraid that if someone messages me about him then I will have to tell them that their is a very high possibility that horn will grow back and probably will and ik that could change peoples minds abt taking him. So then if no one would want him soon then that leaves me to take him to the sell or just keep him but I’m hoping I will have a buyer on him soon which I am almost positive I will have one.. I actually could try banding that one horn if I wanted tooAs far as selling, it depends on what you want to do with him. Some people don't mind trimming scurs and some people do. Is he meant to be a breeder, wether, etc. ? I wouldn't base keeping or selling just based on the fact that he has scurs.
Ya maybe I will do that..Both of my bucks were sold to me with scurs and I wasn't even warned about it. Last year I did not properly disbud the two kids I sold and they sold just fine. I just talked to the buyer about the possibility of them needing to be trimmed and how to handle that.
I agree it can be a little awkward. You don't want to sound like you are saying there is something "wrong" with him, but they definitely need to know. 🙂Just trying to be honest to buyers who would want him which is sometimes hard to do
Yes.. ty!I've had good luck with people accepting flaws when you tell them up front. But at least if the person has zero tolerance for that issue they can move on and you can look for someone who isn't bothered by it. You just need to find one person and he is a flashy handsome thing. Good luck!
Yes I have had him posted for over a couple weeks now.. I was just thinking that if someone’s interested in them all tell them abt it allYou could also band the horns when he gets older. I had a bad disbudding job I did on a wether and a friend suggested banding. He is not a fan of disbudding but bands all his horns.
But I would list him for sale and see if you get any bites. If no one really wants to deal with it then you could try banding the horns/scurs and try selling again.
Ok yes.. I might do thatI would just list him and say he is growing scurs. In my area that really doesn't stop them from selling.