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What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« on: July 13, 2011, 02:35:42 PM »
Regnum Tattoo Name Birthdate 
*4105213 L83 LANE'S MIRAGE L83 15 March 2005
Sex Female  Color Red   Horn
EPDS Spring 2011
 Perf WT ADJ Rank Ratio #Cont
BTH 84 88  100 1
WNG     
YLG  854  102 3
 

Pedigree
    3710552 DEERPARK LEADER
   3684143 PMSY TH-F DEERPARK LEADER 13TH
    I205705 DEERPARK KILDYSART 5TH
Sire: *x4069857 AF SL DIVIDENDS DANDY ET
    3807924 PM PHA-F TH-C DEERPARK IMPROVER 57
   *sx3954766 PHA-F TH-C NPS MIRAGE 544 ET
    *x3869997 PS PHA-F TH-F KA'BA ROSE T90
 
    *AR27916 TH-F 4S MR IMPACT SHAKER
   *4002563 4S SHAKER 859
    *3969637 4S MISS DL 682
Dam: *4073382 LANE'S ROSIE
    3807924 PM PHA-F TH-C DEERPARK IMPROVER 57
   *3853556 PH RED ROSIE
    *CAR3118 PH MISS ROSIE MAY 53
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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2011, 08:25:55 PM »
A line bred TH carrier.   Great!  ::)
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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2011, 08:33:11 PM »
A line bred TH carrier.   Great!  ::)

 I geuss I missed the post with her TH results. So what if every animal in her pedigree is a carrier. If she tests free , what difference does it make?
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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2011, 08:35:33 PM »
what's up with the dam's sire.  anything you want?

how did DL get in the pedigree?
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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #4 on: July 14, 2011, 06:57:17 AM »
I remember seeing that Dividend son-and allways wondered what happened to him.Impact Shaker is one of my favorite bulls. O0

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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #5 on: July 14, 2011, 09:42:35 AM »
She is clean of TH.  I really think the PH Red Rosie cow was clean as well.  She was not tested but several of her daughters have been tested and all were clean.  The Impact Shaker bull did really good things at our place.  He was easy calving, the calves had some growth and most were sellable as show calves.  My main complaint was I still get red and white spotted calves out of his daughters. Over half of my cows are daughters or granddaughters.  I doubt many out side of Oklahoma even know about him.  We only had the dividends dandy bull a couple years.  He had a terrible time with our heat humidity and the fescue grass.  We did not realize why he looked great in the winter and really went to nothing in the summer, even when we kept him on clover and bermuda grass.  When he died we had him posted and he only had one functioning lung.  The other had a huge calcified mass.  Our vet assumed he had a bad case of pneumonia as a calf and that he had limited lung function.  So as a calf under fans in a show barn he did great but in 100 degree temps with 90% humidity he just could not get enough air.  We have 4 of his daughters still in the herd.
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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #6 on: July 14, 2011, 08:32:09 PM »
She is clean of TH.  I really think the PH Red Rosie cow was clean as well.  She was not tested but several of her daughters have been tested and all were clean.  The Impact Shaker bull did really good things at our place.  He was easy calving, the calves had some growth and most were sellable as show calves.  My main complaint was I still get red and white spotted calves out of his daughters. Over half of my cows are daughters or granddaughters.  I doubt many out side of Oklahoma even know about him.  We only had the dividends dandy bull a couple years.  He had a terrible time with our heat humidity and the fescue grass.  We did not realize why he looked great in the winter and really went to nothing in the summer, even when we kept him on clover and bermuda grass.  When he died we had him posted and he only had one functioning lung.  The other had a huge calcified mass.  Our vet assumed he had a bad case of pneumonia as a calf and that he had limited lung function.  So as a calf under fans in a show barn he did great but in 100 degree temps with 90% humidity he just could not get enough air.  We have 4 of his daughters still in the herd.//-I had 2 daughters of an Impact shaker son-that Amanda Gray in Indiana owned-one is now a doner for NCK21-on here-and produced the best hiefer Ive ever had, Did you collect either one of those bulls? O0

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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #7 on: July 14, 2011, 09:20:26 PM »
She is clean of TH.  I really think the PH Red Rosie cow was clean as well.  She was not tested but several of her daughters have been tested and all were clean.  The Impact Shaker bull did really good things at our place.  He was easy calving, the calves had some growth and most were sellable as show calves.  My main complaint was I still get red and white spotted calves out of his daughters. Over half of my cows are daughters or granddaughters.  I doubt many out side of Oklahoma even know about him.  We only had the dividends dandy bull a couple years.  He had a terrible time with our heat humidity and the fescue grass.  We did not realize why he looked great in the winter and really went to nothing in the summer, even when we kept him on clover and bermuda grass.  When he died we had him posted and he only had one functioning lung.  The other had a huge calcified mass.  Our vet assumed he had a bad case of pneumonia as a calf and that he had limited lung function.  So as a calf under fans in a show barn he did great but in 100 degree temps with 90% humidity he just could not get enough air.  We have 4 of his daughters still in the herd.

Didn't Impact Shaker end up in Ohio?
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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #8 on: July 14, 2011, 11:49:25 PM »
 Just need some Trump. Of course that my solution to everything. I like the Improver 57xTrump i have had good luck with that breeding.
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Re: What do you think about this shorthorn pedigree
« Reply #9 on: July 15, 2011, 10:07:36 AM »
Unfortunitly I never had either bull collected.  One of my many mistakes.  The impact shaker son we used was at our place till he was 7 then went to another herd for 3 or 4 years. His daughters have quietly became the mainstay of our herd.  We were planning on collecting the dandy bull just never got it done.  The cow whose pedigree I listed has a MM Delco (full brother to radio Active) hiefer calf that we are very excited about. 

The original impact shaker did end up in Ohio. 
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