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Cattle For Sale / 2 Dirty Hairy X Shorthorn March steers (Virginia)
« on: September 19, 2011, 04:19:14 PM »
We have two Dirty Hairy X Shorthorn steers for sale.  Both are halterbroke and have been weaned and on feed for over a month.  One has a bit of blue roan to him and the other is solid black.  Asking $1,200 OBO a piece on them.  Located in VA off of I-81. 
Check out the facebook page Ruebush Cattle Company for more pictures and calves.

Please Call or Text if interested

540-290-4631

Thanks
Scott

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Cattle For Sale / March 2011 Dirty Hairy X Shorthorn Steer
« on: August 28, 2011, 04:18:11 PM »
March 2011 Dirty Hairy X Shorthorn Steer.  Dehorned, halter broke and ready to go.  Thie is a very complete calf.  Slight brown tint now but should shed out jet black once the calf hair is gone.  Located in Va off of I-81 can help with trucking arrangements if need to.  $1,500 OBO.
Have some other calves for sale still on our facebook page.  Like our page and stay up to date on what we have going on.

http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Ruebush-Cattle-Company/187789617926867

Thanks,
Scott Ruebush
540-290-4631
Text or Call

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The Big Show / Ruebush Cattle Company Facebook Page
« on: August 14, 2011, 07:06:35 PM »
Check out our Facebook page and follow what is going on at Ruebush Cattle Company.


Search Ruebush Cattle Company in facebook search and hit "Like" to get our updates.

Calves for sale, winners and more.
 
Thanks
Scott Ruebush

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Cattle For Sale / Re: cow/calf pair for sale
« on: June 09, 2011, 06:23:35 PM »
PM'd you.  Get back with me.

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The Big Show / Re: Monopoly Clones
« on: January 11, 2011, 06:48:10 PM »
It is hard to tell from just a picture but I am choosing #2 based on the picture.
Wish their was some more info on them like TH status, which I would guess they both are carriers and birth weights also.

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The Big Show / Found some deals on blowers
« on: January 11, 2011, 05:09:31 PM »
I have been looking to buy another Sullivan Air express III blower and got down to doing some searching on the web for a deal.  I found two websites that have them listed at the old $330 prices.

Llamathings.com has them for $330 and with shipping outside of Texas the total is $361.39.  There is a tax for texas residents.
The other is westernranchsupply.com, they have them listed at $335 and it wouldn't tell me exact shipping without going through and entering all my information so I stopped and turned back.

I order one from llamathings.com just a couple minutes ago and paid through paypal, so I suspect the price is legit and I saved some money on a new blower.

I know that blowers are hot commodities in the show cattle world and everyone likes a deal so I figured I would post and let everyone in on it.

Scott

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Archived Classifieds / Hairy Bear ET heifer for sale
« on: August 15, 2010, 12:01:55 PM »
September 26,2009 Hairy Bear X Stinger Donor.  Horned but has been dehorned.  She is halterbroke, hairy, sound and square.  Really feminine and cool to look at.  Was not planning on needing to market this calf as it was a contract calf but now she is for sale.  Should make a great replacement.   Located in Virginia.  PM if interested in further information.
Dams ASA reg # is AR30517. 


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Archived Classifieds / Re: Foundation Female Sale
« on: August 05, 2010, 04:27:09 PM »
Is your sale going to be live online at any sites?

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I can enter all the info on my account online but when I hit register all the red flags pop up.  My shorthorn plus is a Hairy Bear out of a register cow.  The bull is already listed in the association and so is the cow.  It listed AI cert., Th and Pha on donor dam. 
The purebred is a Milestone Sabre out of the tequila D11 cow that Double J had in OK.  The cow was TH tested but since PHA is now required it pops up as not on file.  I will keep investigating.  Thanks for all the suggestions.
Scott

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The purebred eggs came from the donors unlimted sale.  Thats about as reputable as it gets in my opinion.  I have been in the ASA for over 5 years and have had countless issues, and I know they have tried to improve and it is quick if you are dealing with non AI or ET calves.  I think it is a bit over the top to not register a know purebred calf regarless of how it came to be.  This is cattle we are talking about here.  If the human race was scrutnized the way these cattle are going, half of us probably would be considered carriers of something that we would consider to be bad for the human race.  I get the whole idea of wanting to know if an animal is a carrier or not, Ive had a Th calf, it was not a great experience.  This is why many people twist the truth in the ASA.  If I go online and say those heifers were natural calves I would have no problem getting papers, but I would be lying.  I am assuming the reasoning is that if these cows and bulls are cluttering up a bigger percentage of the future gene pool at least some of the breed will be known defect free or carriers. 
I just find it hard to throw away info on calves that qualify when the ASA wants you to register everything that comes out purebred even if it is sale barn quality.

Also, I have done defect testing on soem of my cows and also a bull and it took about 6 months to get the results.

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I am about 99% sure I will not be paying to be a member in an association I can't even register my calves come next year.  I will just pay non member fees if I have a calf that they will actually register for me.   I've only got three purebred cows left, down from about 12, and they may never be bred purebred again. Even though all of our shows require papers and are not by apperence.

So is their any way to register ET calves now with a donor with no blood work on file or do I just have some unregistered calves I will have to show against crossbreds?

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I have two ET heifer calves that I am having trouble registering because the cows they are out of do not have TH and PHA on record with the ASA.  One cow is dead and the other the owner sold and is unsure of its status also.  Is their a way to register these calves now or am I just screwed over by the ASA again.  I have only tried online registration and really hate to call and ask them unless I absolutly have to.  One is a horn plus and other purebred.  Just checking if anyone else is having this problem now with the new rules.  These egss were harvested before the rules took place.
Thanks

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Archived Classifieds / Embryos For Sale, Proven Genetics
« on: July 11, 2010, 12:51:22 PM »
I have 3 eggs that are Full sibs to the steer that was Grand Champion at VCCP Winter Classic, Virginia Beef Expo, Rockingham County Fair, and Eastern
National Livestock Expo and Reserve Grand Champion at Keystone International Livestock Expo in 2009.
Money Shot X Grand V Habby.  Form Danny Vaughan in WV.


Also Have 1 egg that in a Full Sib to the AI sire Sunseeker.  Bought from Jones Show Cattle.
Wilson X Susie

These egss are from proven genetics and I would like to sell all four together.  None of the eggs are sexed.

Asking $1,500 for the group.
Located in Virginia
Picture below is of the Money Shot steer

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Is the show just for your county or open to anyone? Where in Staunton is it held? I'm from Shenandoah County so I'd really be interested in a show that's close by like that!


It is just the county 4-H and FFA up to a senior in high school and that is it.  Not open to others.  It is about 10 times bigger than our county fair in August because everyone show at this and not the county fair.

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We didn't stay much more than about 20 minutes after we got out of the ring.  We did everyhting right at the trailer and when we were done we sprayed on the hocus pocus and brushed and blew her out.  Loaded up and were getting out of their.  We live about an our south of you on 81.

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