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Re: shorthorn ai sires
« Reply #45 on: July 16, 2007, 09:42:03 PM »
shortdawg - how much muscle shape did that 6207 have? i think that was that durham red bulls number.
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« Reply #46 on: July 17, 2007, 01:59:15 PM »
The "mini Shorthorns" on that web page look like Jerseys, or BVD-calves! They don't even look like miniature Beef Cattle.

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« Reply #47 on: July 17, 2007, 04:23:03 PM »
The "mini Shorthorns" on that web page look like Jerseys, or BVD-calves! They don't even look like miniature Beef Cattle.

I went to take a look & it is interesting that there are no pictures of any "mini shorthorns" anywhere on that website.  Do such animals even exist?  However, in the classifieds it shows pics of 2 Dexters.  Why would Dexter's be on a site for "mini shothorns"?  I assume that the 2 Dexters are the cattle that you are talking about & I agree with you, they don't look so hot. 
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« Reply #48 on: July 17, 2007, 07:46:00 PM »
SRU, I thought that bull at WHR was better than the Tonic bull he sold in his sale. He won't be a big bull but he had a lot of volume, depth of body, hip shape, and was sound as a kitten. He was pictured in his catalog this past year. He had a nice roan color pattern and would pass for purebred.
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Re: shorthorn ai sires
« Reply #49 on: July 18, 2007, 12:36:50 PM »
thanks shortdawg
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« Reply #50 on: July 18, 2007, 12:49:45 PM »
Saskvalley Pioneer was a good bull. If anyone has semen and likes his calves you should hang on to it for your own use as he is has passed on so semen will be hard to come by soon.

An up and comer in Canada now is KMS Casino. There is a touch of appendix in his pedigree. He was National Senior Bull Calf Champion and Reserve National Champion to Pioneer in Edmonton last fall. He is one of the best Shorthorn Bulls I've seen in a long time. He will be hard to beat at Regina this year.  Breeding Shares are available. Contact me if anyone is interested.
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« Reply #51 on: July 18, 2007, 03:44:27 PM »
The "mini Shorthorns" on that web page look like Jerseys, or BVD-calves! They don't even look like miniature Beef Cattle.

I went to take a look & it is interesting that there are no pictures of any "mini shorthorns" anywhere on that website.  Do such animals even exist?  However, in the classifieds it shows pics of 2 Dexters.  Why would Dexter's be on a site for "mini shothorns"?  I assume that the 2 Dexters are the cattle that you are talking about & I agree with you, they don't look so hot. 
The website of the Breeding Firm , named something with lightening in the name did have some calves that were allegedly Shorthorns. I remember Don Lily and Helen Forehand, of Summer Winds Farm, in Seymour, MO. They had some big, performance oriented cattle. In fact they bred the "Soldier" bull of Tim Loudon's. Guess it was the "green " factor, that got them going in the opposite direction.

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Re: shorthorn ai sires
« Reply #52 on: July 18, 2007, 08:22:06 PM »
The "mini Shorthorns" on that web page look like Jerseys, or BVD-calves! They don't even look like miniature Beef Cattle.

I went to take a look & it is interesting that there are no pictures of any "mini shorthorns" anywhere on that website.  Do such animals even exist?  However, in the classifieds it shows pics of 2 Dexters.  Why would Dexter's be on a site for "mini shothorns"?  I assume that the 2 Dexters are the cattle that you are talking about & I agree with you, they don't look so hot. 
The website of the Breeding Firm , named something with lightening in the name did have some calves that were allegedly Shorthorns. I remember Don Lily and Helen Forehand, of Summer Winds Farm, in Seymour, MO. They had some big, performance oriented cattle. In fact they bred the "Soldier" bull of Tim Loudon's. Guess it was the "green " factor, that got them going in the opposite direction.

OK, I found it on a search engine.   If all the "mini shorts" look like that, I bet they don't sell too many.  BTW, did you see where they are going to develop "mini Charolais"?   
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Re: shorthorn ai sires
« Reply #53 on: July 19, 2007, 01:58:23 PM »
The "mini Shorthorns" on that web page look like Jerseys, or BVD-calves! They don't even look like miniature Beef Cattle.

I went to take a look & it is interesting that there are no pictures of any "mini shorthorns" anywhere on that website.  Do such animals even exist?  However, in the classifieds it shows pics of 2 Dexters.  Why would Dexter's be on a site for "mini shothorns"?  I assume that the 2 Dexters are the cattle that you are talking about & I agree with you, they don't look so hot. 
The website of the Breeding Firm , named something with lightening in the name did have some calves that were allegedly Shorthorns. I remember Don Lily and Helen Forehand, of Summer Winds Farm, in Seymour, MO. They had some big, performance oriented cattle. In fact they bred the "Soldier" bull of Tim Loudon's. Guess it was the "green " factor, that got them going in the opposite direction.

OK, I found it on a search engine.   If all the "mini shorts" look like that, I bet they don't sell too many.  BTW, did you see where they are going to develop "mini Charolais"?   
The "perfect-circle "calf is the one I'm referring to as Jersey, or a BVD-calf.

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Re: shorthorn ai sires
« Reply #54 on: July 22, 2007, 12:41:07 AM »
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Take a look at the sires on the undernoted web site

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« Reply #55 on: July 22, 2007, 12:52:06 AM »
I really thought that jakes proud jazz is a good canditate to use he adds frame depth and he isn't tall at all he is around 52 inches tall. use him on a heifer that you need to take down a frame size or two and he should throw a pretty stout calf

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Re: shorthorn ai sires
« Reply #56 on: July 22, 2007, 08:25:30 AM »
I really thought that jakes proud jazz is a good canditate to use he adds frame depth and he isn't tall at all he is around 52 inches tall. use him on a heifer that you need to take down a frame size or two and he should throw a pretty stout calf

Intersting to hear about Jake's Proud Jazz...  If that height is accurate, he's only about 3.5 inches taller than my Lowline bull, Doc Holliday.  I heard someone say JPJ was real simialr to OCC Anchor, Anchor is a short bull.  Anyway, that is interesting!!  I like the looks of Jake's Proud Jazz, btw.  Thanks for sharing.         
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Re: shorthorn ai sires
« Reply #57 on: July 22, 2007, 09:56:08 AM »
We flushed him to our big Black Dice donor and put in 5, I'll let you know how they turn out.  One of the best flushes we had was out of Vegas, just needed more depth, so we are hoping for really good things out of Jakes Proud Jazz.

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« Reply #58 on: July 22, 2007, 09:07:46 PM »
Our Jake's Proud Jazz steer was Reserve Shorthorn Steer at the GA Jr. Beef Futurity this past weekend.
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« Reply #59 on: July 23, 2007, 02:03:10 AM »
I talked with mike from topsires and he said that he's talked with a couple of guys around the midwest and said not only does he throw awesome calves and is consitent, but they have seen him in person and said he is an awesome mature bull.

 

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