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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #30 on: October 08, 2019, 12:05:48 PM »
Marsch show cattle-and hes selling out good thick moderate cattle that show Has put a couple bulls on SEK or Cattle Visions dont remember which O0

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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #31 on: November 28, 2019, 09:05:00 AM »
Well, I've finally got all the new cattle I was looking for this year! I've had a couple people ask that I update this post with what I found, so here's the summary:
4 KCSF Red Mercury heifers from Crooked Post bred to DRS Super Mario.
1 Saskvalley Curfew heifer from Crooked Post bred to DRS Super Mario.
1 RT Diamond Cutter heifer from Poplar Park bred to JT President
1 Saskvalley Outlaw heifer bred to Jake's Reincarnation  from Jungels
1 JSF Compass heifer bred to Bar N Ripper from Jungels
1 Muridale Murango heifer bred to PVF Finding Favor from Beckler's in Ohio
1 Saskvalley Stampede cow bred to Muridale Thermal Energy from Bowman's (pictured below).
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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #32 on: November 28, 2019, 09:16:46 AM »
BSG Cathy, the Bowman's feel she is the best Stampede daughter they've ever raised. Pending how she performs for us up here, we are likely going to put her to work as a donor.

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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #33 on: November 28, 2019, 03:15:31 PM »
BSG Cathy, the Bowman's feel she is the best Stampede daughter they've ever raised. Pending how she performs for us up here, we are likely going to put her to work as a donor.
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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #34 on: November 28, 2019, 07:15:05 PM »
BSG Cathy, the Bowman's feel she is the best Stampede daughter they've ever raised. Pending how she performs for us up here, we are likely going to put her to work as a donor.
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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #35 on: December 21, 2019, 07:12:53 AM »
This heifer is a pretty cool breeding piece that I'm excited about. She's a Muridale Murango out of a McCoy, and she's super thick yet feminine and sound. Also her disposition is 2nd to none. She's bred to PVF Finding Favor (Leveldale Ringo son). I'm tempted to try a black clubby bull on her to see what we get (I get calls all the time asking if we have any blues around). Does anyone have suggestions of bulls they would try on her? Open to purebred and black clubby suggestions.
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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #36 on: December 21, 2019, 07:13:41 AM »
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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #37 on: December 27, 2019, 07:45:20 PM »
I would breed her CSF LONG LOOK i have 30 of the on the ground now and they are great. BW are good and i like how they are growing so far. I will try and post photos soon recovering from surgery. semen will be available after the first of the year. If you want to go asterisk free we collected Saskvalley Endover and i believe Carl has calves on the ground by him at Saskvalley and likes them.  If going black clubby i would use I-80.

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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #38 on: December 28, 2019, 09:05:49 AM »
That white heifer IS A DOLL STEVIE WONDER COULD SEE IT RIGHT IN THE PICTURE EVERY LITTLE KID THAT STARTS SHOWING-ON -NEEDS A CALF FROM A FEMALE LIKE HER PS- i 80 sons  are also good-AF Blue moon at J 3 cattle i 80 x the Mirage Doner, ALM Excel 80, full sib to the reserve champ bred and owned female maine Jr Nationals and 1/4 shorthorn-very good maternal all the way through,HES a 3/4 BRO to SAFE AND SOUND Watch me Work seems to do well,and is an outcross, SAFE AND SOUNDS are the best Ive seen over many types but hes TH, Sull Blue Blood and hes CE Too,Sull Classified has tons of winning relatives,and JFK Mindbender-the freak of them all as far as thick. hes the changer-though some are not as sound as others HEY MATT B WHEN  Long Look is available -Id like to see calf photos IN YOUR TRAVELS when things are better Havent seen a photo of him either O0
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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #39 on: December 29, 2019, 04:24:59 PM »
Mark, here are some candid mature photos and two calf photos.  Roan is a bull and red is a heifer. Red calf's dam is double bred JPJ. Roan bull is out of a ramrod jazz son i bred and goes back to the old GRC mantua marigold cow.

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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #40 on: December 29, 2019, 04:28:04 PM »
Long look and calf

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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #41 on: December 29, 2019, 04:29:44 PM »
Front 3/4 view for you Mark.

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Re: Less well known Shorthorn herds
« Reply #42 on: December 30, 2019, 05:00:32 PM »
Thanks he sure looks good like a commodity should-The more the merrier JMO I like that double Jazz-she aint no pud I awta post some more Fresh Airs before the semen is gone-The few that are out there are winning shows Recent Reserve steer at Badger-he was grand in 2 rings elsewhere There was a second place heifer at the nat Jr Show-a champ heifer at Badger that also won some tough shows etc and a very high selling plus steer this year Fresh Air has barely been used on Shorthorns-The commercial cows and part clubby females from him are good and really milk The main thing is hes a 0 BW-with tremendous performance. Sired by Creole and out of A 1900 POUND PROUD JAZZ FEMALE and triple clean We have a hiefer back here who was 88 lbs at birth (her dam is an Assasin who is very moderate sized other than herBws and this calf was smaller than the others) The Fresh Air Hiefer was 360 pounds at three months of age the other day. The last one I had like that was a girraffe from Deertrail Awesome in 1992 Dale Allison , Levi on here, and Knoll who raised lucky Charms Dam are a few of the people trying him  O0
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