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Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 AND DAM BELOW HE"S ON CATTLEVISIONS
« on: December 05, 2018, 07:23:47 AM »
My friend Dale Allison has a very good herd of Shorthorns that have been bred for performance as long as I have been around and then some They are basically high quality solid red no problem cattle-with Byland,Waukaru and Kieth Lauer breeding way on back at least 70 years-BUT they would show too Dale bought JJC Wildside a few years back who was CE and bred cows as long as most bulls bull Ive seen He sired 14 registered progeny at 13 years old. He changed these cattle in one generation-and there were some females that were just outstanding Heres a solid Red -1.2 BW EPD 70 pound BW  son of one of those daughters-with Waukaru and Lauer Rocker Bros Breeding etc behind her His reg no is 4251563-these are just quick cell pics in his working cloths-I HOPE Dale DOESNT MIND ME DOING THIS THREAD-but this is one of the cooler commercially oriented and bred bulls Ive seen-with the shot of Oldschool clubby that ads power ALOT of Shorthorns need-He and Docs Hot Commodity sons-are probably by far the best (only non show fitted) sons Ive seen-They are real and hopefully should be ok on heifers-and you can show the calves  Dont forget to check out this Cattle Visions Link -New picture of him pedigree etc- https://cattlevisions.com/detail.php?BullId=4594 O0
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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2018, 07:45:06 AM »
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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2018, 12:00:04 PM »
Correct Reg.# is 4251563

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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2018, 08:07:05 PM »
Man id better look him up think this bull is correct too? O0

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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #4 on: December 07, 2018, 08:45:21 AM »
Homeplace Hot Commodity 1625 is Mr. Moderate and may be a heifer bull, but it is too early to tell.  His genomics will be tested to increase the accuracy of his numbers.  1625 is DS free.  His grandam and great, great, grandams (Fair Lady 0909 and 0415) are two-time Performance Dams and still graze these rolling hills of SW IN.

JJC Wild Side was carried for years at SEK Genetics.  Wild Side moderated frame and added style without sacrificing function.  Search for his video under JJC Wild Side at YouTube, when he was 13 years old.


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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #6 on: December 07, 2018, 10:19:25 AM »
Thats Wildside 13 or so in the video-I have it too-Talk about stayability,and those are some pretty good calves O0
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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #7 on: December 10, 2018, 02:36:27 AM »
I give up... I was trying to put that picture of that red bull in profile in my message and I am not getting it done...

That being said... what do commercial people want their bull to look like? They want a bull like THAT. Not a cat butt Bismark or a Gelbvieh fronted weak topped bull. They want a bull like THAT.

I have appreciated Homeplace shorthorns for 40 years... I really appreciate that bull...

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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #8 on: December 10, 2018, 07:15:44 AM »
PM me with an email-I"ll send the pics O0

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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #9 on: December 14, 2018, 07:19:16 AM »
Besides the influence of his sire and grandsire, Hot Commodity and Wild Side, 1625 has some conformation similarity to Waukaru Gold Mine 2109, one of Waukaru's top sires.  Gold Mine had extra thickness and depth, and he has stood the test of time.  As a yearling Gold Mine was most impressive, foretelling his legendary ability to sire useful cattle.  He looked like a beef bull should look.

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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #10 on: December 14, 2018, 07:48:07 AM »
Hes alot like a Kieth Lauer bull when you go back in his pedigree-The Lauer -Waukaru Enticer based cattle (Awesome, Goldwalk,Double Duty etc etc) go gangbusters with a little maine or clubby-plus you have the Rodeo-Enticer cross in there some how too-But what he has THAT alot of them dont is THAT EYE APPEAL-From the side and behind-Me and Gargan for one(there are others) are all in on a lttle semen on him O0
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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #11 on: December 14, 2018, 01:34:45 PM »
A well-known Angus breeder saw Byland Goldwalk and said he could sell black bulls like Goldwalk to commercial customers all day long.

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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #12 on: December 14, 2018, 06:27:03 PM »
Goldwalk was probably the thickest bull Byland produced I even sold a son to Bill Davidson that made the young sires list etc he had a 205 over 860 pounds and wasnt real tall just massive had alot of sheath like goldwalk He was called UB Fleetfoot-and he looked a little like your bull from behind Byland Instant Attention looked pretty stout too You could tell they went back to maine-but Goldwalk also went back to some pretty level hips and tops so he didnt roll too much -Must have been fairly square made considering O0
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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 THIS IS ANOTHER ONE THAT NEEDS COLLECTED
« Reply #13 on: December 15, 2018, 06:39:57 PM »
Here's the bulls dam Fair Lady 1211 : 41397022 - (roan with the calf) shes my kind and was a very impressive calf when I saw her and his grandam a pacer cow who looks LauerxWaukaru which she is-the great great grandam is alive too and I remember her-Eagle 158 daughter-little maine in there too and also a  pacer dam O0
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Re: Homeplace Hot Commoity 1625 AND DAM BELOW HE DEFINETLY GETS COLLECTED
« Reply #14 on: December 21, 2018, 07:25:57 PM »
After 1625 is finished running with cows, we expect to collect him.  What is the optimum length of time for a bull to rest after being out with cows, before he is collected?  Doc Nold preferred waiting until spring--his theory was that springtime is much of wildlife's natural rutting season and possibly the best for cattle.

 

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