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The Big Show / Re: Denver 2016 Bulls
« on: January 20, 2016, 10:44:05 AM »
Here are my thoughts from when I looked at the bulls.
Rodger's Bull Getcha Some was my favorite followed up his other bull Mr. Misunderstood.
Both were extremely well made and put together really well. As well being two of the best and boldest bodied there and still being really attractive. They were not overwhelming in turns of with but they sure have enough. Mr. Misunderstood doesn't have some rundown over used type of pedigree either. Some might not think they are stout/ wide enough. But you can change width in one generation, not build. Thought we need more bulls built like them.
I wasn't impressed with Matt Launter bulls.
Saw American Pharoah in the wash rack and it wasn't pretty. On display, he was rounder hipped and just didn't bring much of anything the table.
A lot of his black bulls were really stout, really wide. but horrible footed, really bad ankles. Small feet, big bones is not a good combination. I actually took pictures of their feet cause I was the appalled.
Black Power Play is Launter's I believe son. Built more like Rodgers stuff then his other black bulls.
El Toro: I'm Texas so I'm familiar with slicks. I saw him Haired. Huge, huge back, and it was the same story from behind. Didn't like his shoulder, and I thought that his forerib was horrible and rib shape wasn't right for slicks. I wasn't a fan. But with that being said I could see him getting a lot of fans and usage down here.
El chapo was long, big legged.
Rockstar: I was pleasantly surprised. He looked really young still (I believe his banner said he was a march) which I didn't mind. Good looking, stout hipped, I thought he was still made pretty good.
See No evil. Good made, good looking, sound. Got behind him thought he disappeared. I appreciate what Raymond is trying to do tho, sound cattle with different pedigrees. Just really disappointed from a wide and muscle perspective.  His bull Strip Tease was interesting, and intriguing. Deep deep healed and extra deep bodied. Still pretty stout. He just looked really squatty. Kinda concerned me.
Money In The Bank didn't look like anything like his picture, I was disappointed.
Loaded For Bear: Extremely wide, really really big pinned.
BTO: I liked. thought he could make some slicks. bigger shouldered.
Several of my judging team member liked U Need me. I didn't really study him though. He could be worth some more discussion.
I studied most bulls. Tried to cover most of the bulls people would ask about in this post.
I have pictures that I can post later.

KKshowcattle thank you for your feedback on See No Evil. I just wanted to clarify we do not own Strip Tease, that bull was on display for Todd Fair, the breeder of that bull and then sold to another group.

The Big Show / Re: Renegade Blues Calves?
« on: April 05, 2015, 09:20:13 PM »
Here are a couple of pictures of the Renegade Blues that have been sent to us and we have heard birth weights in the mid 80s. If you have any other questions you can contact any of the Competitive Edge Genetics team members and follow our blog at www.competitiveedgebulls.com!

The Big Show / Luxury Tax Calf Reports
« on: April 01, 2015, 08:15:41 AM »
These impressive Luxury Tax calves were raised by Bill Jansen of AB, Canada!! We are extremely excited to see that the first calves sired by him look very promising!! Send your Luxury Tax calf reports to 712-249-2009.. We want to hear from our customers!

Cattle For Sale / Luxury Tax Calf Report
« on: March 25, 2015, 09:14:46 PM »
Luxury Tax x Heatwave bull calf raised by Bill Jansen of AB, Canada!! The reports keep coming in and Luxury Tax is a huge success!! Call 712-249-2009 to order semen through CEG today!!

Semen & Embryos For Sale / Rumor Has It- Female Making Machine
« on: March 25, 2015, 08:58:54 PM »
Call 712-249-2009 to place an order through CEG for Rumor Has It semen!! He was a huge hit on display as a mature bull at the 2015 Ohio Beef Expo and was just leased to Martin Livestock for this spring as well!! We feel he is the number one option to breed TH clean first calf heifers such as I-80s being that he is outcross pedigree!!

The Big Show / Re: looking for a new semen supplier. Who do you use?
« on: March 25, 2015, 08:39:02 PM »
We encourage anyone to try the bulls carried by CEG! We can have a representative visit your farm that will take the time to go through your herd and strategically provide breeding recommendations that can increase profitability for our customers. We strive to help get customers the best product that we can and help them not only during breeding season but also during sales season to market their cattle. Visit www.competitiveedgebulls.com for more information on our company and the representatives and to stay up to date on anything we have going on.

The Big Show / Comfort Zone-Ownership Update
« on: March 07, 2015, 09:40:09 PM »
We are extremely excited to announce that CEG now owns Comfort Zone with Bushy Park Farms!! Proving himself as our number one seller for 2014 he is a powerful addition to our owned list of sires!! Double clean purebred Maine genetics in a calving ease package make him a great choice for everyone's breeding programs!! His offspring are proving his consistency for producing high quality show cattle that fit today's type and kind!! Attached in this post is Comfort Zone, a picture of his mother, and the high selling $35,000 Comfort Zone heifer for CEG, Sexed heifer semen will now be available as well so call or txt 712-249-2009 for pricing information or to place an order!!

The Big Show / Re: What to use on First Calf Heifers
« on: March 07, 2015, 09:33:27 PM »
Slider and Comfort Zone are both great options for breeding to heifers. Both bulls are proven to have low birth weights and are genetic defect free. CEG will also be offering sexed heifer semen on both Slider and Comfort Zone. For more information on either of these sires visit www.competitiveedgebulls.com or call Raymond at 712-249-2009. Attached in this post is a picture of Comfort Zone and Slider.

The Big Show / Re: Roger That
« on: March 04, 2015, 10:01:55 PM »
We are starting to hear a lot of positive customer feedback on the Rodger That calves born so far. You can view  www.competitiveedgebulls.com for pictures or contact Raymond at 712-249-2009 for more information.

We are located in Ottawa, KS and will be heading to the Ohio Beef Expo. Contact Raymond at 712-249-2009 and we may be able to help you out.

The Big Show / Re: Renegade Blues
« on: March 04, 2015, 10:51:25 AM »
We haven't had any calf reports in yet, but the first ones should be hitting the ground soon! If and when you have your Renegade Blues calves please send pictures to 712-249-2009. Good luck with the remainder of calving season!

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