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Yes as long as the grandmother cow still has breeding capabilities and as long as she is still alive. But it is not recommended in herds where linebreeding is not going to bode well for the producer. Linebreeding should only be done in PUREBRED herds, not just loosely in any herd at any time, as in most cases you will end up with calves that have genetic abnormalities, unthriftiness, or can even be stunted at birth. Linebreeding and Inbreeding is only for those herds who need to be genetically cleansed, to be pure, and to find and cull those cows and bulls that may have some form of genetic abnormality that will surface under the closed-herd breeding conditions.

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