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The Big Show / Re: Monopoly x Heatwave matings...
« on: August 24, 2014, 08:18:57 AM »
Telos not sure if Cowpoke understood your question... However everything I have seen has been one of two things. 1) guys are just flushing and honestly don't care about the TH deal (25%) will be lethal. To justify this a TH positive calf isn't supposed to affect the cow you just lose the calf. 2) People that I know that are breeding this way have a TH free heatwave cow that is a touch harder or growthier and have bred them back to monopoly to line breed and try to get some consistency. Every cow is different and passes on their own traits. So what I mean by saying that is some heatwave cows are great cows and some Holstein don't make it in the milking parlor... haha Just had to put that before someone comes at me saying heatwave cows are gods worse creation because they aren't. They just aren't as consistently good.

Hope this answer your question a little more accurately

The Big Show / JR bull (Habenero son)
« on: August 21, 2014, 09:29:47 PM »
Does anyone know about this bull? I believe he is a full sib to copus' champion at houston in 2002

The Big Show / Re: fitter recomendations
« on: August 20, 2014, 09:47:33 AM »
When is your show?

The Big Show / Re: Days After Embryo Implant To Call Her Bred
« on: July 21, 2014, 04:00:07 PM »
I don't trust blood testing for pregnancy. Get someone to ultrasound and there will be no questions for the same money you could tell if your 45 day preg is a bull or heifer.

The Big Show / Re: Flushing Cow suggestions
« on: July 02, 2014, 10:34:53 AM »
you need to stick with the maine cattle based bulls to get the good half blood angus % maine females. Do not put firewater on that angus cow. It won't work. We raise some charolais and firewater has not done much in regard to crossing for anyone that I know of. They are either slick haired, hard ribbed, or rat tailed when you cross him. I am not against someone using char bulls but there really are better choices for what your wanting to do.

The Big Show / Re: Flushing Cow suggestions
« on: June 25, 2014, 11:44:38 AM »
Godfather, cookie monster, flush, or friction

The Big Show / Re: Sire to daughter line breeding
« on: June 18, 2014, 02:20:09 PM »
Hey guys I was wondering on this an had Braden ask. The cattle in question is of the Charolais breed. I have this specific donor that has started to really produce and there is very limited semen on her sire but enough that I would be fine ai-ing a couple with it before flushing. I appreciate the replies. It looks like after her flush this fall we will be breeding we that way to try it out.

Braden also forgot to mention she was reserve senior division at san Antonio.

Thank god someone else down here is one the Turton train with me! We have a phenomenal female out of him and they are just super cattle. I personally would like to see this firewater go back to some of the impressive D040 bull (Turtons maternal grandsire). Something such as turton, prime cut, or if I can get any smart money semen I think that could be big time as well! and the Cow our turton is out of is PC Smart Chic which goes back to smart money a fasttrack grandson.

Hey guys I wasn't to sure where to post this so I will keep it simple.

I have designed a website for our cattle company and revamped it a little before posting this. Please check it out and let me know what yall think of it! Thanks in advance


In addition,  I have consigned the very first DCC calf this year in the American Idol sale going on today on Caldwell willoughbys site in the American Idol Round one sale.


If there is any changes to the website that yall feel would make the website for efficient please let me know. Thank you for the opinions and checking out the site and sale. My program is geared toward American and purebred charolais cattle. God bless.

The Big Show / Which bulls on angus cows?
« on: April 22, 2014, 10:11:03 PM »
Hey guys we are starting to breed the angus cows for our spring calvers. We bred alias, two tone, kemo sabe, crowd favorite, and solid gold. The alias worked great on the angus cows however the other bulls didn't quite impress me enough to rebreed that way. The two tone is a tick straight through his knee but if he was sound he would be way good. These are RA Brown bred angus cows. Good growth and they even have some tail head. Sound footed, level hipped, and pretty cows. Lets hear some suggestions. Thanks

The Big Show / Re: Charolais heifer- is she worth hauling around?
« on: March 17, 2014, 07:14:03 PM »
Hey guys here is a little update on the entire operation that Braden has not disclosed. WE (himself, his dad, and myself-Kevin Doonan) were what we considered the "a" team, basically a joke. If you have been around the texas majors, you would have noticed that a few breeds have now started to be controlled by steer jocks and big checks. (Not politics just extremely good cattle) Well by falling in love with the charolais breed. My love was with my char heifer that I showed in 2010 my senior year and now braden has followed the same path and started with a super cow prospect. The road was fun with this female as she was truly a "Crowd Favorite". She is 8 months bred to wrangler. In addition, Braden purchased a couple cows from M6 and has some super females highlighted by a cow out of M6s famous Mammie cow. I won't say much as we are a set of brothers bound by cattle and don't want to steal the spotlight because he can tell you about his direction. But what I can tell you is the fact that Big House Cattle Company and Doonan Cattle company are working as hard as we can to bring you the absolute best Charolais, Charolais cross, and American bred cattle that we can! Let us know if we can help in any way. Braden has a super summer bred heifer and I have multiple great winter and spring born females on the ground!

The Big Show / Re: Show heifer breeders in South Central Texas
« on: January 28, 2014, 11:22:22 PM »

We are loaded with heifers this year! Crossbreds and purebred charolais. Not everything is on the website yet but we have them aged from august-some still coming this February. All price ranges included.

The Big Show / New Website!!! Doonancattleco.com
« on: January 22, 2014, 10:10:07 PM »
Hey guys after a few years of wanting to do play with a website a friend and I put this one together over the weekend. Let me know what you like and dislike. The site was made to be very simple and help promote my cattle business. A little background for you: I graduated from high school in 2010 and did not sell any cattle for show while we were showing to avoid getting a reputation for not selling the absolute best that I had to offer. I was very active with my program until 2012, that year I was on the meats judging team at Texas A&M and as you can tell by my success page 2013 was severely effected by that. However, I was named as an All American judger so 2012 was worth it! Take a look and share your thoughts! Our cattle are available on a private treaty basis and I will upload cattle as they are ready to be presented. The heifers are still on the cow and I am not going to upload any steer or bull sale information until I get them halter broke and clipped. There are still plenty of success pictures not uploaded that I am trying to get put together as you can imagine going back 3 years is quite a challenge for some of us! Thank you for the input.


The Big Show / Re: Progress on Monopoly X PB Charolais (Heifer)
« on: January 12, 2014, 03:10:58 PM »
I just had a turton X wyo wind female. The turtons seem to have better hair and are a little neater made than the firewaters JMO

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