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Re: Native calf...just a picture of whats new
« Reply #15 on: April 08, 2022, 12:34:11 PM »
I have been going to use it in a flush for years so hopefully later this spring will see if we can get something from it.


why not ivf, use on multiple cows that are proven to produce ivf > 10 #1's.


use residual for parentage marker file.
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Re: Native calf...just a picture of whats new
« Reply #16 on: April 08, 2022, 12:55:25 PM »
I have been going to use it in a flush for years so hopefully later this spring will see if we can get something from it.


why not ivf, use on multiple cows that are proven to produce ivf > 10 #1's.


use residual for parentage marker file.
That actually was the plan, set up four cows for IVF then also do the 100K and genetice tests on the old bull. Plan to to have back up semen in case something has gone wrong in shipping and storage over the past 60 years! 
 

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Re: Native calf...just a picture of whats new
« Reply #17 on: April 22, 2022, 10:55:56 AM »
The DMH Cherry 2 cow had a red heifer calf. Considering her move and the winter she is doing well for a thirteen year old. This is the cow that traveled north with her. This cow CSB Rosabell 2nd is bred to DMH Easy Leader 20-13 pictured. The roan bull is her sire.

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Re: Native calf...just a picture of whats new
« Reply #18 on: April 25, 2022, 09:58:50 AM »
The DMH Cherry 2 cow had a red heifer calf. Considering her move and the winter she is doing well for a thirteen year old. This is the cow that traveled north with her. This cow CSB Rosabell 2nd is bred to DMH Easy Leader 20-13 pictured. The roan bull is her sire.
Have you been hit by these late season storms?

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Re: Native calf...just a picture of whats new
« Reply #19 on: April 25, 2022, 12:57:34 PM »
The DMH Cherry 2 cow had a red heifer calf. Considering her move and the winter she is doing well for a thirteen year old. This is the cow that traveled north with her. This cow CSB Rosabell 2nd is bred to DMH Easy Leader 20-13 pictured. The roan bull is her sire.
Have you been hit by these late season storms?
No we have not. The storms with a lot of snow have been to the east and north of us. That photo of Rosabell was from last week when we got a couple of inches but it was all gone within a day. We are as dry as I ever remember it. Mostly cool windy weather.

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Re: Native calf...just a picture of whats new
« Reply #20 on: May 11, 2022, 06:59:59 PM »
The DMH Cherry 2 cow had a red heifer calf. Considering her move and the winter she is doing well for a thirteen year old. This is the cow that traveled north with her. This cow CSB Rosabell 2nd is bred to DMH Easy Leader 20-13 pictured. The roan bull is her sire.
Have you been hit by these late season storms?
My Cherry heifer is bagging up. Looks like a real pretty udder so far. The sire of the calf is DMH Felix 2019. From what I see the Leader x Haumont crosses are complementary for adding some muscle and volume to the dual type, bringing frame size down a notch and retaining milk and all around functional maternal traits. An old idea that still works.
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Re: Native calf...just a picture of whats new
« Reply #21 on: May 13, 2022, 11:32:45 PM »
I know the breeders in Canada are aware of them but did anyone else on here realize the impact the bulls like Deertrail Goliath, Wallstreet, or Powerhouse ( Divdend Son ) had ? They were all out of Marvel cows going back to The Haumont and THICK dual Shorthorn cows that dont really exist like they did then HOW DO I KNOW THIS ?-I was showing Scotch type Shorthorns from 1960. Aberfeldy and some Scottsdale blood  and direct Scottish breeding like Saulton Northstar. Even then the highest gaining bulls of any breed in the US were coming from the VA bull test-And they all went back to the BIG dual cattle where the breeders refsed to breed belt buckle cattle and in some herds like the long gone Lucy herd in Warrenton VA Area -Had basically been around at that time since the turn of the century. As big as Deertrail Goliath was-Not that many calves were 8 frame monsters  He followed the cow. An early CE bull in the 90s was Byland BUD LIGHT-I saw his dam and they later put her on a sale. She was very moderate and wide as a barn with the thick extreme square butt and hip THAT ONLY IRISH BLOOD SEEMS TO PRODUCE ANYMORE  O0

 

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