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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1215 on: February 15, 2012, 01:36:20 PM »
Here are the two  bulls that we used on our heifers this year. They are both in the Whos Your Daddy Bull sale.
Muridale Johnny 22x Sired by Muridale Buster2nd 76P

Muridale Cumberand Lad 1X sired by Cumberland Gay lad.

They are looking good. Are the Cumberland Gay Lad's going to mature at the same size as the other bulls? What are the sire groups for your consignments?

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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1216 on: February 17, 2012, 05:31:05 AM »
Anybody no anything about the jdmc remedy bull with cattle visions?

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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1217 on: February 17, 2012, 08:37:51 AM »
Anybody no anything about the jdmc remedy bull with cattle visions?

JDMC has a web page  shorthornbulls or redshorthornbulls.... they use alot of ohlde influence so I expect that based on your earlier post you might like the program that have started in minnesota.
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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1218 on: February 17, 2012, 09:41:36 AM »
No what about him? Is he new?

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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1219 on: February 17, 2012, 09:55:45 AM »
        xC465368 TH-F SASKVALLEY CYLDE 12E
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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1220 on: February 17, 2012, 10:52:43 AM »
No what about him? Is he new?

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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1221 on: February 17, 2012, 04:07:42 PM »
He is a solid Red Bonanza son out of a Gus 89E Daughter.  Check him out on our website www.shorthornbulls.com  We will be using him on most all of our heifers this year.  He carries a $33.55 $CEZ with breed average being  $4.49.  He is also asterick free for those of you who care.  Unfortunatley we will not be having any calves out of him this year but John Sonderman will have a good chunk of his cows calving to him.  In his first summer running on approximatley 25 Cows in Nebraska he held onto his flesh extremely well. That was when we decided we needed him back.  We used him on 20 falls this winter and he still looks incredible.  We will update his photo this spring after he slicks his winter coat. 

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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1222 on: February 17, 2012, 07:48:52 PM »
Capiche as good as advertised!
If only his rear legs could keep up.

The best jsf heifer bull imo, is Maestro.

I think JSF Addicted is the best of the JPJ sons. Above average performance in an eye appealing package. He seems to be breeding very consistently.
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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1223 on: February 19, 2012, 11:43:53 AM »
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They are looking good. Are the Cumberland Gay Lad's going to mature at the same size as the other bulls? What are the sire groups for your consignments?


Okotoks, I would say the Gay Lad sons are going to mature as big as our other bulls.
We will have bulls in our sale sired by;
Cumberland Gay Lad
 Bonnyview Hero 7Z X
Muridale Buster 2nd 76P X
Saskvalley Tradition 106T X
Muridale Seal 64P X
Muridale Bonanza 103U X
Saskvalley Bonanza 219M X

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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1224 on: February 22, 2012, 05:52:59 PM »
What is the Bonnyview Hero 7Z deal?  Ive never heard of him. How are they compared to your other bulls?
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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1225 on: February 22, 2012, 07:19:20 PM »
What is the Bonnyview Hero 7Z deal?  Ive never heard of him. How are they compared to your other bulls?

Bonnyview Hero 7Z is a bull that was born in the 60s. He was sired by HD Commander's Hero X who was an American Polled Congress Champion that was purchased by Bonnyview Farms and South Plain Farm here in Saskatchewan.  I  think they paid $3700 for him, which was pretty big money in the 60s. He was a powerful bull then and would be now. 7Z was from a cow named Nupar Ridgemaid X by Nupar Cherrio x. The Nupar herd was owned by Frank Fox, Lloydminster, SK ( Frank was a brother of Jonathon Fox of Justamere fame). Jonathon and Frank were in partnership in the Nupar herd for awhile when they were young. Frank Fox refused to use the smaller framed cattle of the 60s and he kept his herd bigger framed than most others. The Nupar herd was the base for many of the Ball Dee and Four Point herds and are in the backgrounds of bulls like, Ball Dee Perfect Count, Four Point Major and numerous others. Another thing that made the Nupar herd unique at that time was that it was one of the few polled herds.

I remember Bonnyview Hero 7Z very well. He was considered to be big in that day, but looking back I would guess that he was probably about a 6 frame bull. He was soft made and had lots of capacity. He maybe could have used a bit more rear quarter but he sure sired some excellent females.I remember he had huge feet that were as big as pie plates, and he moved like a cat. They always ran him with the cows so he was never pampered.  My dad and I were offered the opportunity to purchased Hero 7Z when he was an older bull when the Bonnyview herd was dispersing and we chose to buy a couple more cows rather than him, as we werent really needing a bull at that time. I often think about that and wonder if we made a major goof that day. The cows we purchased were all excellent producers, but they were asking $300 for the cows ( and they were weeks away from calving and they were asking $1500 for 7Z. We chose to buy 5 cows rather than the bull that day.
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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1226 on: February 22, 2012, 10:47:41 PM »
 Muridale Joker is my pick  ... 82 lb BW solid red 5.1 FR  Hog 

 
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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1227 on: February 23, 2012, 12:28:01 PM »
Muridale Joker is my pick  ... 82 lb BW solid red 5.1 FR  Hog 

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Really like him too!

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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1228 on: February 23, 2012, 06:18:52 PM »
After being at Agribition and saw the BIRDTAIL G GUS 15U calves I think he is a bull worth note of. They had style muscle and a hip on them as well. (thumbsup) (clapping)

I purchased one of the daughters sired by Gus 15U at CWA, and was runner-up on another, and am so far very pleased with her!! Not alot for shows for shows around here right now but I'll have her out in full force in the coming months and expect great things.  She is a full sib to the Uphill Gussy 4X bull that was also at the Douglas test.
I am considering breeding her to JIT's HC FL Touchdown bull....any thoughts or advice on that?

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Re: Shorty hf bulls
« Reply #1229 on: February 23, 2012, 09:23:26 PM »
After being at Agribition and saw the BIRDTAIL G GUS 15U calves I think he is a bull worth note of. They had style muscle and a hip on them as well. (thumbsup) (clapping)

I purchased one of the daughters sired by Gus 15U at CWA, and was runner-up on another, and am so far very pleased with her!! Not alot for shows for shows around here right now but I'll have her out in full force in the coming months and expect great things.  She is a full sib to the Uphill Gussy 4X bull that was also at the Douglas test.
I am considering breeding her to JIT's HC FL Touchdown bull....any thoughts or advice on that?
You got a beautiful heifer, she was one of my favorites along with her half sister.  (thumbsup) Good luck at your shows.

 

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