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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 25, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 MURRAY MUNCHERS By RIC SWIH ART, Herald Staff Writer n invited Jrey beef, d produc- i per cent teat from fine tex- ire which reduction ers and breed is id has no 75 pounds weight of isholm, a i he has group of ahead of ir size is he said. Tier from ict who aid he is' luction to oped as a irdeen ross. All Murray Grey cattle are from one Shorthorn cow. All Murray Grey calves are gray colored and the dark pigmentation eliminates any pinkeye problems for ranchers. With dark udders, the cattle con't experience sunburned bags during winter pasture stints. Mr. Norgard said the first ship- ment Of purebred Murray Grey cat- tle arrived in Canada in 1972. Semen has been available since 1967, the same year the Canadian Murray Grey Association was formed. The provincial association was formed in August, 1974. Mr. Norgard said skyrocketing costs for importation and devalua- tion of the Australian dollar has doubled the cost of bringing purebred animals to Canada. The cost has increased to per animal from iii one year. Because of the high cost, producers will be trying to upgrade the quality and number of Murray Grey animals from stock now in Canada, said Mr. Norgard. BILL BROWN, MIKE MORKIN AND ARNOLD NORGARD PICK OUT STEER ;