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Lock n Load bull
« on: December 30, 2014, 03:47:35 PM »
This is our 9 month old bull sired by Lock N Load and out of SS U Nights Misty donor cow. We bought three embryos from the Lazy H sale, and got all three to stick. We put the other two eggs in for fall calves, and have a cute September heifer calf with a white face and just a few weeks ago had another solid black bull calf. He looks just as stout as the feb bull calf did at the same age. I am real happy with this match, and super excited that we got a heifer since we do not use Bulls around here so she will be the only one staying. Some more embryos came up for sale in the recent online sale, St. Nick, and they went a little high for me but I bid on both sets (different sirees). It is good to note that this bull, and the other two, are pretty much complete outcross genetics. Legacy is about 5 generations back on Lock n Load....
Pretty happy with the results...
« Last Edit: December 30, 2014, 09:24:47 PM by firesweepranch »
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Re: Lock n Load bull
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2014, 04:14:16 PM »
Nice looking bull & it looks like there is plenty of grow to him!! Is he a little strait on his rear wheels or is it the pics that may make him appear that way?

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Re: Lock n Load bull
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2014, 05:28:42 PM »
Nice looking bull & it looks like there is plenty of grow to him!! Is he a little strait on his rear wheels or is it the pics that may make him appear that way?

Thanks! Yep, my main fault on him is being a little straight. At times you see it, and at times you don't. His flush sister. A September, is not like that at all so not sure where he gets it. The third embryo is just a few weeks old, so hard to tell at this point on him. But he has tons of bone and natural thickness.... Already.
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