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The Big Show / Re: Show Coat
« on: November 15, 2015, 07:43:03 PM »
I have used this product for two years now.  I am a firm believer in the ability of this product to not only grow hair, but improve the quality  of  the hair as well.  I have no affiliation with this product and have to purchase every gallon.  I order it by the case.  I used this product on my daughter's bull slider and it really works.  Most people who saw slider in person couldn't help but be impressed by the quality of hair on an Angus bull.  Use this product with confidence.

The Big Show / Re: Show Coat
« on: June 12, 2015, 08:00:46 PM »
Here's how I used it:

Step 1 Rinse calf throughly until they are clean and cool

Step 2 Blow completely dry and allow fans to fluff hair

Step 3 Shake Show Coat (It will seperate) and spray on entire animal.  Concentrate it on areas that are harder to get good hair like legs and flank.

Step 4 Comb it in and turn on fans. (Here comes my favorite part)

Step 5 Let stand for 2 songs on the radio or drink one beer or do both at the same time while waiting for product to take hold of hair.  This step is critical.  Maybe drink 2 beers if you are fast at this step.  You can get thirsty during steps 1-4.

Step 6 Fluff with blower.  Do not blow the product out of the hair.  Fluff it in.  Hair is not oily and will dry completely to the touch.

I did this once per day. Entire process takes about an hour.  Do not rinse again until next day. You do not want to wash out the product. Hope this helps.  You will see noticable results within the first three weeks.

Don't forget step 5. Very important <beer>

The Big Show / Re: Show Coat
« on: June 11, 2015, 07:46:47 PM »
I used show coat on Slider from the time he was 6 months old until he was on display at the Ohio Beef Expo.  You can ask anyone who saw Slider in person that he was impressive.  I can't count the number of times I was asked how I got that kind of hair on an Angus bull.  You have to try this product yourself.  I know they sell it by the gallon but I order it by the case. It is a tremendous product.

Thanks for the interest in Slider.  He is a young bull but he has a proven pedigree.  He has been genomic tested and he is -1 bw epd with a 14 CED.  He is currently on lease at Nowatzke Cattle breeding heifers.  You can PM me if you have any ?s I can answer.

The Big Show / Re: Slider calf reports
« on: March 16, 2015, 03:22:26 PM »
Thanks for your interest in slider.  It is hard to tell exactly how many slider calves will be born this year but he was very well received as a yearling.  All of our slider calves have been in the 60s on birth weight and have came easily on heifers.  He is a negetive birth weight EPD bull with a very solid CED. Small calves are to be expected.  He is a direct son of Northern Improvement out of a Duff New Edition dam.  His grand dam is an EXAR Lutton giving him a second shot of Northern Improvement.  Our calves appear very attractive on the profile, sound structured with good bone for angus sired calves.  They have a good square hip and have been long fronted.  When you study his pedigree, He will be a proven calving ease bull that will make some valuable females.  I was able to see slider in person last weekend and he is an impressive individual. You can PM me if you have any questions. Thanks.

The Big Show / Re: What to use on First Calf Heifers
« on: March 03, 2015, 07:29:39 AM »
Thanks for the interest in Slider.  Slider is a very uniquely bred bull with a proven Angus pedigree.  He is a son of Northern Improvement out of a Duff New Edition Dam.  His Grand Dam is an EXAR Lutton daughter giving Slider a second shot of Northern Improvement.  I would think his daughters will make some tremendous females.

Slider is a -.3 birth weight EPD bull with a CED of +10.

We have calved out 6 heifers to Slider and all the calves have been in the 60 lb range.  It is hard to say exactly how many Slider calves will be born this spring but he was very well received as a yearling when semen became available in May.  All of the calving reports that I have heard have been very positive on his ability to sire quality calves that were born easily.  The interest in Slider as a new sire has been tremendous.  Hope this information helps and you can PM me if I can answer any other questions you may have.

You might want to consider slider.  The calving reports have been great so far.  We have calved 5 so far out of heifers and all have been in the 60s on birth weight.  slider is purebred angus. Northern Improvement on a Duff New Edition Exar Lutton dam.  Should calve easy and make very marketable offspring.  He is available through all major semen distributors.  You can PM me if you have any questions.

The Big Show / Re: Northern Improvement vs lut vs lutton
« on: October 06, 2014, 04:35:42 PM »
I have also seen the bull in person.  The pedigree of the bull is right in line with the question you were asking.  Thought he might interest you.  ;)

The Big Show / Re: Northern Improvement vs lut vs lutton
« on: October 06, 2014, 01:58:20 PM »
Why choose?  Go to Trausch Farms website and look at their new Angus bull Slider.  He is a Northern Improvement on a New Edition x Lutton.  I am confident he will do what you are looking for.

The Big Show / ear tag issues
« on: June 18, 2014, 03:24:37 PM »
I cant be more frustrated with the current manufacturers of cattle ear tags.  They have been turning out cheap junk! We have tried every brand and have even double tagged cattle putting one in each ear.  We tag them when they are being bred and are lucky if they last long enough to tell if they pass over their AI date.  We have been in the cattle business 45 years and are not amatures at this.  We have checking the tightness of the buttons after tagging to make sure they are secure.  The tags just keep breaking at the neck of the button and falling out.  I have found them laying on the ground and the button breaks off at the neck and out they come.  These are brand new tags.   They fall apart like they are five year old dry rotted junk.  We are going to go back to chains and neck tags if this keeps up. Rediculous!

The Big Show / updated photos. take a look
« on: February 07, 2014, 02:11:06 PM »
This is a northern improvement New edition Angus bull. Very pleased. Born in May from a first calf heifer. 62lb birth weight. I think this bull is pretty cool. Any thoughts?

The Big Show / Re: Duff Angus Bulls
« on: January 31, 2014, 05:39:56 PM »
We have been using Duff genetics on club calf cows for years.  Have also used them on Angus for making purebreds.  It has always been our belief that a good cow will have a solid Angus base.  The Duff bulls will do alot of things very well that other Angus bulls will not.  They are stout, thick, and correct.  Never have calving issues even on heifers.  They will not give you an increase in frame.  The females are super good milkers and can be bred a variety of ways because of their clean genetic defect status.  Good cattle with alot of options.  Look on page two of this forum at a post called "What do you think of this bull calf?"  That is a purebred Angus Northern Improvement out of a first calf Duff New Design Heifer.  Excellent Quality.  Behind every great bull is a great cow.  The Duff bulls that we have had the most luck with go back to the 814G cow.  If she is in the pedigree, it works good for us.  Use some with confidence if you ask me.

The Big Show / Re: what do think of this bull calf ?
« on: January 27, 2014, 07:46:21 PM »
He does look a little splay footed in first picture. He really is very sound footed .I don't have any profile pictures but here are a couple shape pictures. Don't know why pictures are sideways. Sorry about that.

The Big Show / what do think of this bull calf ?
« on: January 27, 2014, 06:42:21 PM »
He is a May sired by northern improvement out of a duff New edition first calf heifer.

The Big Show / Re: Who raises good angus steers?
« on: May 07, 2013, 08:13:31 PM »
PM or email me.  Let's talk.  I have several.  All are purebred and AI sired.

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