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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #30 on: March 01, 2011, 04:39:15 AM »
Durham your JR Conquest 62K bull sure looks like he should sire some length of body and really extend a calf through the frontend. Does he do that? Nice looking bull!!

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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #31 on: March 01, 2011, 06:14:48 AM »
Easiest poroven calving ease PB Angus bull that I know of, hands down, is OCC Homer.

But I like..
 
1. Northern Improvement-onto ground sows, put a square hip in them, and pretty them up, and give them "the look".
2. OCC Legend-onto bigger framed if you want to down size while adding guts and good udders and muscle.
3. SAV Final Answer-add some growth and deepen them up, addd belly and guts.

These three are all PB proven calving ease Angus bulls that will also give you a good phenotype, and make good replacement females.

IMO

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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #32 on: March 01, 2011, 11:35:18 AM »
We like Easy-Out, he has produced some good heifers for us 60lb birth weights.  They are turning out to be some of the best momma's in our herd.

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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #33 on: March 01, 2011, 04:11:48 PM »
I like Eye Candy. We had a hereford cow have a 75 pound black baldie who looks amazing. Then my first time heifer had a smokey heifer, about 70 pounds without assitance. He tends to have more females, the black baldie heifer has amazing hair and that sure isn't from her mother.
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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #34 on: March 01, 2011, 06:26:08 PM »
I wouldn't use Doc. Have heard of some big ones out of him at a friend of mines place...

We had another Total Solution calf today from a Sunseeker heifer. Small and hyper. in the 50lb range. I'm sold on him
Had a buddy that pulled a 120lb dead calf from this same mating last year.

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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #35 on: March 01, 2011, 07:35:29 PM »
I like Eye Candy. We had a hereford cow have a 75 pound black baldie who looks amazing. Then my first time heifer had a smokey heifer, about 70 pounds without assitance. He tends to have more females, the black baldie heifer has amazing hair and that sure isn't from her mother.

I also like eye candy  a great deal but i dont think he would be a good choice for a heifer bull alot of the calves  we have out of him are 85 plus pounds  i really like the northern ice calves we have out of our heifers and they come at about 60-75 pounds and are all painted up if thats what your looking for     i also think saginaw will work on heifers the few that i have seen have been right around 70 pounds and look pretty impressive so far

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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #36 on: March 01, 2011, 08:37:07 PM »
New Sire for 2011
Young Money
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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #37 on: March 01, 2011, 08:50:00 PM »
I like Eye Candy. We had a hereford cow have a 75 pound black baldie who looks amazing. Then my first time heifer had a smokey heifer, about 70 pounds without assitance. He tends to have more females, the black baldie heifer has amazing hair and that sure isn't from her mother.

I also like eye candy  a great deal but i dont think he would be a good choice for a heifer bull alot of the calves  we have out of him are 85 plus pounds  i really like the northern ice calves we have out of our heifers and they come at about 60-75 pounds and are all painted up if thats what your looking for     i also think saginaw will work on heifers the few that i have seen have been right around 70 pounds and look pretty impressive so far
Did anyone go to the SWSG sale Sunday? Was curious what the sib to Saginaw brought.

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Re: Favorite Heifer Bull
« Reply #38 on: March 02, 2011, 01:06:22 PM »
I like Eye Candy. We had a hereford cow have a 75 pound black baldie who looks amazing. Then my first time heifer had a smokey heifer, about 70 pounds without assitance. He tends to have more females, the black baldie heifer has amazing hair and that sure isn't from her mother.

I also like eye candy  a great deal but i dont think he would be a good choice for a heifer bull alot of the calves  we have out of him are 85 plus pounds  i really like the northern ice calves we have out of our heifers and they come at about 60-75 pounds and are all painted up if thats what your looking for     i also think saginaw will work on heifers the few that i have seen have been right around 70 pounds and look pretty impressive so far
Did anyone go to the SWSG sale Sunday? Was curious what the sib to Saginaw brought.
i heard he brought $6500 but i do not know for sure

 

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