Quantcast Show Posts - ridge runner

Sponsors



Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Topics - ridge runner

Pages: [1]
1
Ohio County Preview Show
 
Ohio County 4-H Fairgrounds
1414 Fairground Rd Rising Sun, Indiana
 
Saturday, October 19th @ 11:30 am
Entry Fee at Check-In: $25 per head
Weigh-in and registration will be held from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m.
Show will start with  Showmanship Classes.

The Fairgrounds will be open Saturday, October 19th @ 6:00 a.m. All animals must be on grounds by 10:00 a.m.   

Flyer attached

Questions:

Michael Kirkpatrick 812-655-2056
Matt Markland 812-584-9996

2
Ohio County Preview Show
 
Ohio County 4-H Fairgrounds
1414 Fairground Rd Rising Sun, Indiana
 
Saturday, October 20th @ 11:30 am
Entry Fee at Check-In: $25 per head
Weigh-in and registration will be held from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. 
Show will start with  Showmanship Classes.

The Fairgrounds will be open Saturday, October 20th @ 6:00 a.m. All animals must be on grounds by 10:00 a.m.   

Flyer attached

Questions:
Eean Bailey 513-292-8413
Michael Kirkpatrick 812-655-2056
Matt Markland 812-584-9996

3
Ohio County Preview Show
 
Ohio County 4-H Fairgrounds
1414 Fairground Rd Rising Sun, Indiana
 
Saturday, October 21st @ 11:30 am
Entry Fee at Check-In: $25 per head
Weigh-in and registration will be held from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. 
Show will start with  Showmanship Classes.

The Fairgrounds will be open Saturday, October 15th @ 6:00 a.m. All animals must be on grounds by 10:00 a.m.   

Questions:
Eean Bailey 513-292-8413
Matt Markland 812-584-9996
Purdue Extension Ohio County 812-438-3656

4
Ohio County Preview Show
 
Ohio County 4-H Fairgrounds
1414 Fairground Rd Rising Sun, Indiana
 
Saturday, October 15th @ 12:00 Noon 
Entry Fee at Check-In: $25 per head
Weigh-in and registration will be held from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. 
Show will start with  Showmanship Classes.

The Fairgrounds will be open Saturday, October 15th @ 6:00 a.m. All animals must be on grounds by 10:00 a.m.   

Questions:
Eean Bailey 812-584-9376
Matt Markland 812-584-9996
Purdue Extension Ohio County 812-438-3656

Class payouts to be determined day of show.

5
The Big Show / Videos
« on: March 06, 2009, 02:38:19 AM »
I am starting to monkey around with shooting videos of the cattle.  Was wondering if any had any suggestions about what format works best for posting them here?  I have a very basic digital video camera, IE pretty crappy videos.  I have a couple of media players that I watch them on and a very basic editor program.  Can I just save them on my Windows Media Player and then post them in an SP thread?  I am a little behind recent technological advances and would greatly appreciate any information on how to post videos.  I am sure there have probably been threads about this in the past, but I haven't had a chance to read all the previous topics just yet.  I would appreciate directions to those threads if they exist.  Thanks in advance.

RR

6
The Big Show / AI bulls for Shorthorn cows
« on: February 22, 2009, 11:32:46 PM »
I've been checking all the cattle forums on the web for a couple of months now, think I found my new home. Always enjoy the assistance and honest debate here. With that being said, I was hoping for some guidance on my breeding decisions for this year. Been raising registered shorthorns with my Father for over twenty years now. Have a good friend and neighbor that raised clubcalves for his daughters to show. My friend's girls are now grown and he has talked my Dad into partnering up and raising club calves.  I was curious if anyone had an opinion on what AI bulls to use on our Shortys.  Our genetics are from some of the more popular lines of the past few years.  We have alot of Trump and Durango influence in the herd, as a matter of fact our last herdbull was a Trump out of a Durango full sib (CF Texas Rose).  We used him on daughters of a Rodeo Drive son out of CF 18ths Fool.  We are looking for a black club calf bull to produce solid show steers.   Our females are good fronted, sound (maybe a little too much flex at the hock) and great milkers.  They need a bull with some top and overall power.  Also prefer to add as much lower quarter as I can because these girls are lacking in that.  This will be a problem because I will not use a TH or PHA carrier.  Would prefer a black bull (sacrilege I realize) but our local feedlot has been taking advantage of us for several years now due to hide color and I am sad to say they have won.  Our calves that don't make the arena need to be black.  I know, I know, asking alot.  I was just hoping that some of the Shorthorn folks on here might have some insight.  Not looking to set the world on fire here, would just like produce some solid 4H calves to sell and possible get a few that might not look to bad at the state level (IN). Thanks in advance for any advice you could offer

RR

Pages: [1]
Powered by EzPortal

SteerPlanet Designed Websites

SteerPlanet Designed Websites

Steer Planet Classifieds & Auctions

Breeder Directory