The top photo is that of a sub-fertile Afrikaner cow resulting from man selecting for specific details.  Show judges and breed inspectors decided a bull must have a certain type of head / face (feminine).  They also decided cows should have large humps.  The result: effeminate bulls and masculine cows

The bottom photo is that of an extremely fertile Afrikaner cow (calved annually from the age of two years).  The male equivalent is extremely masculine.  This is the result of selecting  directly for fertility (the bigger picture).

We must select directly for productivity without regard for detail that might , or might not, be related to productivity.
If the bigger picture is desirable then all the detail will also be desirable.