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Re: Red Angus herd sires at RW's
« Reply #60 on: September 16, 2011, 06:28:20 PM »
RW, do you have an American registration # for Walkerton 10W yet? I was trying to navigate the Canadian Angus web-site and couldn't get it figured out. Thanks, Brent

go to the canandian site and put in Walkertons tattoos LMP 10W. That should get you there.RCR
CAB, click on herdbook then animal inquiry to enter the tattoo.

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Re: Red Angus herd sires at RW's
« Reply #61 on: September 17, 2011, 11:16:11 PM »
I was just thinking about your new bulls Stu and wondering what you are thinking of their progeny. Brent
The Walkerton 10W calves are very good. All came easy at birth ranging from 72 to 78 pounds out of first calf heifers. They will stack up with anything that the mature cows have and we will likely retain all of the heifers sire by him. The calves out of the 922 bull are quite a bit younger and we have not weaned them yet but they look to be pretty nice. My partner on him just sold a weaned heifer calf sired by him for$11,000.
I'm pretty excited to see the calves out of the bull I bought in this years Brylor sale. He is a flushmate to the Gold Show Female of the Year in Canada. A little different pedigree and he should be a female producing machine or at least that is the hope. I almost forgot about the bull I bought in N. Dakota. He is currently the number one bull in the breed for YW EPD and I used him on some power cows so that could be interesting.It seems kind of funny to be getting excited about next years calf crop when I haven't got all of this years weaned yet. RW
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« Reply #62 on: September 19, 2011, 07:59:24 AM »
Thank you RW. We're going to try and make it over to see some of your calves this fall, but please don't hold your breath. Brent

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Re: Red Angus herd sires at RW's
« Reply #63 on: September 19, 2011, 03:06:21 PM »
Thank you RW. We're going to try and make it over to see some of your calves this fall, but please don't hold your breath. Brent

LOL! Brent as old and out of shape as I am, I don't hold my breath unless I th9ink there is a chance of me drownding! Give me a shout before you come, my fall sale travel schedule is getting kid of busy.
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