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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #255 on: January 02, 2014, 11:39:57 PM »
This link has a lot of french registration numbers

http://idele.fr/?eID=cmis_download&oID=workspace://SpacesStore/539904f1-71a6-485a-9998-2a672c1631ec

It appears these are multiple breeds and is not comprehensive for any breed either.

For instance, the maines are listed in a link on previos page
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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #256 on: January 03, 2014, 07:16:04 PM »
old bull.  amazing it was deviated from so quickly in the 70's for some reason./// Those cattle had to be something to calve-but that bull has more rib depth etc than several of the tubes that came over put toghether O0

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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #257 on: January 03, 2014, 07:58:04 PM »
His name is hardy. There is only one listed direct progeny.

He is in Etula. More to the point, he is in timon.
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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #258 on: January 04, 2014, 08:27:50 PM »

from the book La Race, Maine-anjou by Jacques Abafour, 1929.  the copy i got for christmas was signed.  kinda neat.  probably about 10-12 photographs.

an excerpt that doc-sun will like.

"curious to see how the subjects Maine-Anjou gradually deviate from the original Durham, in bulls as cows are observed increasingly plump rump, reminiscent of Charolais or Limousin"

they are probably not talking about the double muscling gene at this point.

"A bull soft yellowish skin and around openings natural , ears filled with abundant wax forward to his female offspring ownership give buttery milk any bull from a good dairy is somehow the custodian of qualities that will update his offspring . "
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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #259 on: January 14, 2014, 11:29:14 AM »
frostback forwarded me a link to browarny's facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/WaltBrowarnyLegacy

they are archiving all of his old photos from slides/film to maximum digital resolution. 

all of their photo's are available for a nominal fee for personal use.  if used for advertising, a larger fee is involved.

here's three old fullbloods.  the one of vainqueur is a second picture from the one they used to post as his near leg/foot is placed awkwardly.

i love the lighting and shadows on the danigo and capone pictures.
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« Reply #260 on: January 16, 2014, 10:38:21 AM »
frostback forwarded me a link to browarny's facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/WaltBrowarnyLegacy

they are archiving all of his old photos from slides/film to maximum digital resolution. 

all of their photo's are available for a nominal fee for personal use.  if used for advertising, a larger fee is involved.

here's three old fullbloods.  the one of vainqueur is a second picture from the one they used to post as his near leg/foot is placed awkwardly.

i love the lighting and shadows on the danigo and capone pictures.
Danigo looks just like I remember him at Houston after this picture was made at western breeders but imagine him thicker and more mature. Sure am glad I still have dads semen from when we owned him.

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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #261 on: January 20, 2014, 05:03:22 PM »
Turtle.
Do the next right thing.

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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #262 on: January 21, 2014, 12:04:10 AM »
Turtle.
Any pics of the 4 or 5 calves she has had?

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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #263 on: January 26, 2014, 07:59:11 AM »
Really like Manitou's Ivryleague bull. Has anyone used him or bought semen.

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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #264 on: January 26, 2014, 10:51:12 AM »
Really like Manitou's Ivryleague bull. Has anyone used him or bought semen.
Gary really likes the calves he has had by him. I don't think he has collected him but will ask.

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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #265 on: January 26, 2014, 10:57:25 AM »
your partner should be able to tell you what two of them looked like (her second and third calves). one by Tundra, one by a Siberia son.

first calf just went commercial, by a black heifer bull. the Covino x Caqui one was junk, just like his sire, coarse and rugged...oh, yeah, that makes three he should be able to prove up on seeing...sold as commercial.

this years was out of an Angus bull thanks to some "cowboys".
She is a coca cola cow and I have never seen calves out of a Fullblood one. I am trying to determine if I want to put in the embryos I have by coke. I am concerned how course they will be if I got a heifer.

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« Reply #266 on: January 26, 2014, 10:40:52 PM »
with Coca Cola being a maternal bull, he tends to throw to the cow.  they tend to be smooth, potential to be double muscled on bulls like Capone and Dabla...I would lean to matings with "pretty" animal bloodlines line Cunia, Epinal, Dada maybe even Danigo and Iabon...bulls like Caqui, Dalton, Covino, Buret...you might not get what you wanted.  would like cross well with something Kuda or going back to the Cunia x 206A mating.

be cautious on the udders too. this cows bag is ok...mostly because of her dam...I have seen some that are...eh.  put them in, I'd be interested to see how they turn out.  another guy to talk to is Dave Stout from South Dakota...he has some Coca Cola animals.  good luck. <beer>
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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #267 on: January 27, 2014, 03:39:42 PM »
with Coca Cola being a maternal bull, he tends to throw to the cow.  they tend to be smooth, potential to be double muscled on bulls like Capone and Dabla...I would lean to matings with "pretty" animal bloodlines line Cunia, Epinal, Dada maybe even Danigo and Iabon...bulls like Caqui, Dalton, Covino, Buret...you might not get what you wanted.  would like cross well with something Kuda or going back to the Cunia x 206A mating.

be cautious on the udders too. this cows bag is ok...mostly because of her dam...I have seen some that are...eh.  put them in, I'd be interested to see how they turn out.  another guy to talk to is Dave Stout from South Dakota...he has some Coca Cola animals.  good luck. <beer>
I visited with Dave last week in Denver

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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #268 on: February 03, 2014, 11:03:15 PM »
your partner should be able to tell you what two of them looked like (her second and third calves). one by Tundra, one by a Siberia son.

first calf just went commercial, by a black heifer bull. the Covino x Caqui one was junk, just like his sire, coarse and rugged...oh, yeah, that makes three he should be able to prove up on seeing...sold as commercial.

this years was out of an Angus bull thanks to some "cowboys".
She is a coca cola cow and I have never seen calves out of a Fullblood one. I am trying to determine if I want to put in the embryos I have by coke. I am concerned how course they will be if I got a heifer.
I threw some coca cola semen in a couple cows just to experiment and the calves should be coming any day now.  I'll post some pictures for you when the time comes if you're interested

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Re: FULLBLOOD MAINE WEEKLY UPDATE
« Reply #269 on: March 26, 2014, 10:18:00 AM »
Wow I didn't realize how long I've been away from here.  Anyways its time for our Foundations Fullblood Maine Anjou Sale again and that means more pictures of fullblood bulls and heifers for you to look through.  www.foundationssale.com  You can let me know what you think.

 

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