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We have a Saugahautchee out of a Lutton Proven Queen cow- he was born Sept. 20.  The Proven Queen cow won her class at Louisville, is a Lutton/New Horizon out of the 010 donor cow from Stertzbach and Miller.  He is still a bull and on his Recp mother.  Will wean in Feb.  If interested pm me

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Archived Classifieds / Re: Cows
« on: January 24, 2010, 11:36:06 AM »
We have a half dozen Registered Angus cows/bred Angus for April/May calves that would make nice foundation cows for crossing.  And we're by your back door.

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The Big Show / Re: New Semen Tank
« on: January 18, 2010, 08:44:52 AM »
The same thing has happened to us... Start out with one tank because we keep our herd around 50 cows..buy a cane, use 5 straws, then have them left over.  The next year you buy a cane of another bull, use 7, and have 3 left.  Pretty soon the tank gets hard to pull the straws out when breeding.  Did I mention that you'll decide to FLUSH your best cow or buy embryos from someone else, and those will be in your tank too.And if you're like me, lots of them. (Anyone want to buy some embryos..I have 110 in the tank now).  After 20 years, we have 3 tanks, two that hold 720 straws and one that holds 2100.  Accelerated Genetics has a sale on tanks in the spring. I bought a new one last year.  I found them to be the least money..same tanks as ABS.   ABS will sell tanks in the fall that people rent for the summer, but you need to watch them since some come back kinda beat up, but they have a full guarantee.  Genex has a spring sale as well, pretty close to Accerated's prices.

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The Big Show / Re: Bases Loaded Sale
« on: January 18, 2010, 08:27:39 AM »
Didn't watch the whole sale, so can only give you some of the prices.
Lot 1-  102,000 1/3 interest   Dameron First Class- champion at Denver, Louisville, and Am Royal
     30- 101,000 1/2 interest  Full brother to El Capitan
     31- 55,000  1/2 interest
      5- 7,500
    27- 16,000
    33- 20,000
   12A- 12,000
   12B- 17,000
   12C- 18,000
   11- 4,600
   24- 15,000
   22- 7,500
     7- 5,200
   39- 20,500
   13- 4,000
   35- 2,000
   29- 5,700
    A 25,000
    B- 4,250
   26- 11,500
   8A- 6,500
   18- 8,000
   15- 6,000
   34- 6,000
   28- 10,000
   25- 13,500
   37A 7,000
   38- 10,500
   16, 6,000
   23- 14,200
     6- 5,000
   14- 5,000
   36- 3,800
   17- 5,000
   40- 18,250

Believed to be accurate, but not guaranteed

Does anyone know how the" Denium and Diamonds" sale went???  Thanks
 

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The Big Show / Re: Angus sires?
« on: January 18, 2010, 08:09:09 AM »
We like our Networths, but watch the birthweight (not a heifer bull), Lutton, Raven, Lookout.  There's a bull for different needs...birthweight, growth, maternal... just need to look at the Bull and his EPDs.

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The Big Show / Re: Cow pic., breeding suggestions
« on: January 18, 2010, 07:54:05 AM »
OCC bulls don't have alot of milk.  Use a simmental bull like Star Power or Angus bulls like Networth, Brilliance, Northern Improvement.

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The Big Show / Re: ISU Cyclones
« on: January 02, 2010, 05:05:54 PM »
Congrats to the Cyclones (clapping)  I was able to wear my old Insight Bowl shirt from 2000 when we beat Pitt.

Now we need to cheer on the Hawkeyes   <beer>

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The Big Show / Re: Its a Boy!
« on: January 02, 2010, 05:02:12 PM »
Congratulations PearlAnn and Randy!!  Who planned a sale during the same time?

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The Big Show / Re: Angus Registration
« on: January 02, 2010, 04:59:39 PM »
No.  The breeder and lst owner of your Angus cow must do the registering if she can be.  You will have to ask them to register her, and possibly her dam/sire  if they owned them as well.  It is not that costly to go back and register animals over 1 year old (I believe $25) but the owner at the time of calving must do the registering and transfer her to you.
Hope that helps :)  We transfered a cow to a person, and when he wanted to register the calf, needed us to do the work, because the calf was with the cow at the time of transfer.

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Archived Classifieds / Re: Young Cow Dispersal 2
« on: December 29, 2009, 12:56:50 PM »
Did these cattle photoed just sell in the Money Makin Mommas sale?  What did they sell for, and how much are you asking for the herd?

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Archived Classifieds / Re: for sale june angus heifer
« on: December 29, 2009, 12:24:58 PM »
Hi, Looks like a nice heifer...Please PM me a price if she's still for sale.  Is she broke?

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Archived Classifieds / Re: Looking for Angus heifer
« on: December 05, 2009, 01:06:01 PM »
We have a Crossover X WK Gunsmoke  heifer born 2/15/09 that will be hairy and enough bone to her.  She has tested NHC, but she can still be shown and bred to a noncarrier or crossbred.  I could send photos if interested.  She has been broke to lead, and been clipped out once.  We also live in IA.

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The Big Show / Re: Jones Sale
« on: October 28, 2007, 01:45:23 PM »
Re..Jones Sale
What do the Angus Heifers look like on the sale ???  Looking at the Weisel Queen.  Looks nice, but not excited about the New Look.  Are the other Angus Heifers National Show quality?
Thanks

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